HDR is a technique in which multiple photographs of the same scene, but of different exposures, are blended together.
As a purist (and seeing as the photos have been manipulated), the results should not strictly be classed as photographs but as 'images'.
So, have a wander around the site and if there's anything you'd like to ask, then click here and get in touch.
My camera kit is nothing special and you don't need 'top of the range' gear to start creating HDRs. However, if you fancy moving it up a level, then this might help.
The gallery is regularly added to:
HDR is not the reserve of nice sunny days. Skies full of fat heavy clouds work just as well, or dimly-lit interiors.
The basics behind the technique: the shots required and how to set up the camera. I'm not saying that my technique is gospel, but it never hurts to compare notes with others.