The newest tendency of digital photography is high dynamic range capture. It is multi-shot HDR photography (and to be more exact it should be named pseudo-high dynamic range photography). The intention of HDRI is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes ranging from direct sunlight to the deepest darkest shadows. Information stored in HDRI usually corresponds to the physical values of luminance or radiance that can be observed in the real world. This is different from traditional digital images, which represent colors that should appear on a monitor or a paper print. ImageConverter Plus developers have improved support of HDR images saved in TIFF format. What this means is that after processing images in TIFF format there will be more information in the resulting images than what the camera was able to capture. Your images will appear more visually rich and will contain more details.