Monthly Archives: September 2010
It’s not new in the panorama of HDR photography. Almost a year later its first release the new iteration looks really promising.
HDR photography is rapidly evolving this days. Those of you with some darkroom skills, printing black and white films, know what techniques like dodging and burning can do in terms of dynamic range. But this could only be achieved taking great care of the exposure. Now, in digital photography the attention is moving from the exposure side toward the software. Even camera makers are looking to HDR with interest. Sony has recenetly released