HDR stands for “high dynamic range.” Capturing real estate photography using HDR ensures the greatest visibility of all the important features in the shot, including everything from the grain in the hardwood floors to capturing the views of the outside. Without the HDR method, the windows would appear to be washed out and we wouldn’t be able to show-off the fantastic views of the marsh that the prospective buyers will be able to enjoy from inside the home.
How it works
An HDR photo is the combination of at least three photos taken at different exposure levels, thus providing the full range of colors and brightness. Luckily, by using our state of the art digital cameras for this purpose, creating these bracketed photos doesn’t add to the amount of time it takes to shoot the whole project. The camera is able to take all three photos with the same press of the shutter button.
Once we’ve captured all of the bracketed shots, we use an advanced method to generate the final (aka beautiful) HDR photographs using post-processing software before returning the photos to the client.
Read our post about how we have perfected our method to create stunning photography for every client.