Sunday, March 3, 2013
High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Project365 Frame 062 Mar 3, 2013 0950 hrs
High Dynamic Range or HDR is one feature in the built-in camera app on iPhones. It corrects the brightness or darkness of your subject by taking three shots simultaneously and combine them resulting to a better exposure of your photo. You need to hold the camera steady and ensure that your subject is not moving so that the resulting picture will not be a ghostly double exposed photo.
The featured photo for today is taken with the HDR on but purposely misuse it by shaking the camera mid-shot resulting to a double exposure effect. This is my first assignment at Photojojo University.