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Sample HDR photo processed with easyHDR
Courtyard at the Laurentian Library in Florence
Underexposed (-2 EV)
Camera auto setting (0 EV)
Overexposed (+2 EV)
HDR photo of courtyard at the Laurentian Library in Florence, Italy.
The goal was to achieve a very realistic result, bringing out the detail from the shadows, while keeping the sky blue. HDR image was generated using the True-HDR
method with "normal" selectivity. Default tone mapping settings were changed a bit - gamma, saturation and local contrast's strength were slightly
increased. Also the white clipping point was moved further right in order to preserve the detail in the clouds.
© Bartłomiej Okonek
EasyHDR is HDR photo editing software that produces High Dynamic Range (HDR) images out of normal, JPEG/JPEG2000, TIFF or RAW photos taken with a typical digital camera. The program merges a sequence of photos taken at different exposure settings and applies tone mapping in order to create the result. It is also possible to enhance single photos.
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Finally you can get rid of underexposed, overexposed and noisy areas in your photographs. You can also discover new possibilities - by taking pictures in places where are very difficult lighting conditions.