HDR stands for High Dynamic Range.HDR allows greater dynamic range between dark and light areas by combining multiple images captured at different levels of exposure. The result is an image that is a better representation of the subject by beautifully balancing both dark and bright areas within a single photograph. Simply put… you can see a lot more detail in HDR photographs, which results in amazing photography!
THE HDR DIFFERENCE
Take a close look at the image labeled ‘HDR PHOTOGRAPH’. You’ll notice both the bright and dark areas of this photograph are balanced. In this example, HDR allows the details of the brown bench to be visible; while at the same time, the unique pattern of the chandelier is still maintained.
This cannot be achieved with single exposure photography, as demonstrated in the image labeled ‘REGULAR PHOTOGRAPH”. In this image, the details of the bench are very dim and the features of the chandelier are lost.
Efforts to salvage the details of the brown bench with single exposure photography will most likely end up with an “OVEREXPOSED” photograph, which in turn blows out the details of the chandelier and all other bright areas.
WE SET THE BAR HIGH
We pride ourselves on providing customers with the highest quality in both product & service.
As such, we review and professionally edit each photograph to ensure your home is presented in its true beauty.
Our goal is to achieve absolute customer satisfaction. Photography is at the heart of our business, so that’s why we use only the best photographers in the business.