Creating HDR Images on Your Cell Phone

Tony Sweet
Duration:   1  mins

It’s hard to believe, but you can create HDR images right inside your iPhone. In this video, pro shooter Tony Sweet shows you how with the iPhone HDR App.

Shooting the interior of a flower conservatory, he exposes one image for the highlights and another image for the shadows of the exact same scene, all captured with his iPhone. The HDR App then weds the two images together, resulting in a true HDR photograph. If you want to make further adjustments, there are sliders for brightness, contrast, saturation, and warmth. Cell phone HDR.

One of the wonders of photographic technology.

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