Sunday, November 27, 2011
HDR in architectural photography
Using HDR - high dynamic range - in Photoshop is
not difficult. You keep the aperture constant and take
at least 5 shots of the same subject - using a tripod - varying
the shutter speed.
Then you combine the five shots so that
the bright areas and the dark areas are all
exposed correctly. Here is a shot of the new hall
at VanDusen garden. Without the HDR, the exterior
and interior light levels would be too far apart.