High-dynamic-range imaging is a technique to produce a greater range of exposures than is possible with standard imaging.

We take at least 3 photos at varying exposures and merge them together to bring out the best of each exposure.

Point & Shoot (Not HDR)
HDR Photography
  • Windows and floors are washed out from sunlight
  • Uneven bright and dark
  • Vertical Distortion
  • Edge of image color vignetting (darker)
  • Created from one exposure
  • Interior and Exterior colors are retained and enhanced
  • Uniform coloring and exposure
  • Vertical and horizontal lines are retained
  • No dark edge vignetting
  • Created by merging 3 or more exposures