High Dynamic Range - HDR Real Estate Photography
HDR stands for “high dynamic range.” For those who aren’t so familiar with this high-tech photography lingo, dynamic range is just the difference between the lightest lights and darkest darks that you can capture in a photo.
Once your environment exceeds the camera’s dynamic range, the highlights tend to wash out to white, and the darks become big black blobs. Both areas of the photo end up lacking definition and clarity.
It’s especially challenging to photograph a subject area that captures both ends of this spectrum. This is what HDR is: a specific style of real estate photography and property photography techniques dealing with an unusually high dynamic range that couldn’t otherwise be captured in a single photograph.
You may be surprised to hear that HDR photography is an often needed service, and is not limited to just real estate photography. From capturing the aspects of real estate properties to bringing out the definition and clarity of food shots and product photos to showcasing the accents of every smooth line of an automobile, HDR photography is needed in many situations.