High Dynamic Range photography on your iPhone? Stephanie Chu shows you examples of image output from three different apps. See the review and find out which one works the best!
If you're unfamiliar with HDR photography, HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. In lesser words, this is an effect you can achieve by combining multiple exposures of photographs, therefore capturing a wider range of luminances. You can catch both the lightest and darkest parts of an image to create an intense photo.
HDR For Free, True HDR, and ProHDR all claim to give you amazing images. See real test cases and find out which app is the best!
If you'd like to learn more about HDR techniques and software, check out these amazing episodes from Tekzilla and PixelPerfect.:
Review by: Stephanie Chu
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Stephanie gives the final judgment of HDR For Free, TrueHDR and Pro HDR.