HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and is about broadening the difference between the lightest light and the darkest dark on the picture. In other words, one image evaluates a wide range of lighting all at once.
This is done by blending multiple exposures.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging is becoming increasingly popular to help take better-looking photos using a camera or even a smartphone.
For this reason, HDR photography is super important in real estate and interior photography.
A photographic technique we use to create high-quality views with a wider dynamic range, providing more detail in both the shadow and highlight areas. The result is a more realistic and visually appealing representation of the location photographed.