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The eye has the ability to see huge variations in the luminescence or brightness of light but a digital sensor can capture only a much smaller range of luminosity. High Dynamic Range, or HDR, photography uses multiple exposures of the same subject to capture the high and low brightness of a scene. A software program re-assembles the image to capture a far greater range of brightness's, often with interesting effects, high contrasts and vivid color saturation.

Wide tonal ranges and sureal effects = HDR
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Keywords:Dynamic, High, Range, landscape, nature, photography, scenic