One of the most common problems photographers face is taking pictures with both a very bright and a very dark part in the image. In these cases we usually end up sacrificing the brightest or the darkest part, which leads to disappointing results. This problem can be solved with HDR imaging. An HDR image is one that contains a measure of the intensity of light in a scene. It can represent a scene that has a very large intensity difference between the shadows and the highlights. To create such images photographers stack multiple exposures together, one correctly exposed for the shadows, one for mid-tones, one for the highlights etc. These separate exposures are then merged by special software and an HDR (or pseudo-HDR) photo is produced. ImageConverter Plus provides comprehensive support of HDR images. They may look too good to be true, but they can't fail to capture attention.