HDR to the rescue

We just traveled through the German Eifel region for a week and have been not as lucky with the weather as we hoped for. Instead of blue skies and sun we had a lot of cloudy days and rain. This made the photography more challenging and high dynamic range (HDR) imaging turned out to be a lifesaver in some situations. With 3 shots, each with a different exposures, I was able to create HDR images with much more details and a dramatic atmosphere as the example below illustrates. In some cases this technique couldn’t be used as it was too windy, which makes it impossible to merge 3 single exposures together to one sharp image.

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