Photography in general has come a long way since digital cameras were developed. The quality of the photographs we get using digital cameras is much higher than the one that the film cameras could offer. But even digital photography has a tendency to develop further with the invention of new trends and features, one of which is high dynamic range imaging. In general, technologies with greater dynamic range produce more realistic results. High dynamic range, or HDR, is a digital photography technique where multiple exposures of the same scene are layered and merged to create a more realistic image, or a dramatic effect. The combined exposures can display a wider range of tonal values than what the digital camera is capable of recording in a single image. HDRI images are created by means of taking several pictures using different exposure levels. When several images are combined together, we get excellent details of both highlight and shadowy areas, which dramatically enriches the image. The image will contain vivid details close to or even exceeding the real-life situations. Processing HDRI images is possible with ImageConverter Plus and for the following image formats: PSD, EXR, HDRI, DDS, DPX, TIFF, PFM.