HDR: A journey trough the Dordogne, France 2014

I recently returned home from a great fifteen-day trip to the Dordogne region in France and wanted to share a few of my images with you.

My mission this time was to experiment with HDR Photography, which is a technique that allows you to utilise the full dynamic range by exposing and combining several exposures of the same scene – all the shots below are compiled from three shots (-1, 0 and 1)

HDR images often lets you capture a greater range of light which is the reason why, they often look ‘un-natural’ and ‘fake’ and the web is full of posts from both lovers and haters of this technique and I can understand posters from both sides and truth to be told, I do not see myself persuade this niche for all my future jobs however, it is an amazing technique which I will probably use for interior and low light photography moving forward as it does offer you some great tools which no camera currently offers you.

Empty street in Sarlat, Early Morning

Empty street in Sarlat, Early Morning

Wooden 'window' in Roc Gagerac, France

Wooden ‘window’ in Roc Gagerac, France

A house without a roof

A house without a roof

This is very I can see HDR becoming very useful - Shooting interiors and houses

This is where I can see HDR becoming very useful – Shooting interiors and houses

What’s your take on HDR? Comment below and let me know

Thanks for reading

Morts

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