Have you ever noticed that sometimes when you take a picture, the illumination is not right? This happens because regular cameras can’t reproduce scenes with high contrast the way our eyes perceive them. Ever wondered how some photographers can take a shot with amazing detail and color even in the darkest and brightest areas? It’s a technique called HDRI, where multiple exposures of the same scene are captured. HDRI is a relatively new trend in photography, which enables the reproduction of a wider range of light intensity levels than what is possible using regular photographic methods. Using HDRI, some photographers are able to depict everything from sunlight to firelight in ways that are normally hard to catch. To discover the full potential of ImageConverter Plus you should try its ability to process HDR photos saved in TIFF format , converting them to other graphic formats allowing HDR method, or vise versa.
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