HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, where “dynamic range” is the ratio of light to dark in a photo. When shooting in HDR, the color and brightness of a photo is balanced through software manipulation. It achieves this by capturing three separate exposures in quick succession. The camera then combines those three exposures into a single image. By making an educated guess as to what needs to be darkened or lightened based on an analysis of the three exposures, HDR can produce more vivid and accurate images.
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