21: High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography
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“HDR” used to bring to mind surreal landscapes with garish colors and very few shadows. Fortunately, high-dynamic range photography has matured beyond those early days, and is a useful technique for getting more detail out of any scene. The latest iPhone and other smartphone cameras use HDR liberally to create good shots in all types of situations. We talk about making HDR photos using traditional cameras and techniques and also the new iPhone's computational methods. Sponsor Masters of Photography, online masterclasses with the greatest photographers in the world. Get 5% off any course with the code PHOTOACTIVE. https://mastersof.photography Hosts: Jeff's website, Jeff's photos, Jeff on Instagram Kirk's website, Kirk's photos, Kirk on Instagram Show Notes: Photos of Chipping Campden (Google images) Graduated neutral density filter (round) Graduated neutral density filter (rectangular, requires a holder) Aurora HDR: A Photoversity Guide, Jeff’s book Trey Ratcliffe's HDR The Best Camera Lens Filters, Flashes,…