HDR allows a photographer to use specialist techniques both in camera at the shoot as well as back in the studio to increase the range of colours, contrast and other elements not able to be seen by the naked eye. The techniques used essentially represents more contrast, depth and other variables not seen my the human eye, yet providing a different 'painted' result which you'll either love or hate.
Normal cameras take pictures at a single exposure level with a limited contrast range. This results in the loss of detail in bright or dark areas of a picture, depending on whether the camera had a low or high exposure setting.
BareFoot Photographer uses his skills behind the lens to then bump up the missing detail (HDR) and the immediate effect is visible by combining the three photographs taken at different exposure levels.
Using specialist software back at the studio the images are married up and tweaked to then be combined or stitched so that the resulting picture is representative in both dark and bright areas in the one resulting image.
Please note that due to the size of files used (in excess of 60mb) only a screen capture are available on website.
If you wish to purchase the image you can go through the shopping cart process and The Barefoot photographer will work with the original high res files prior to lodging with the pro print lab.
Ultimately it is suggested that these images would look amazing printed in larger sizes and hung up in either the Billiards room or the garage...for the tragic's maybe above the matrimonial bed?