Today we are going to talk about What is HDR mode? When and where should it be used?. Friends, when we take photographs from the camera, we have seen the option of HDR mode there, many of us will also use that option, but many people do not know this … now let see what HDR mode is? When should it be used? And when should not be used.
What is HDR mode?
HDR’s full form is High Dynamic Range. Now before knowing High Dynamic Range, let’s see what is Dynamic Range. Look, when we are taking a photo in such a situation, where some part of the image comes in the light, and some part comes in the shadow. What happens in such a case, the part which comes in the light becomes very bright, and the part which comes in the shadow comes very darkly.
This means that you do not get to see more details on both sides. Because our camera does not capture at least the level of light and cannot correctly capture the maximum level, this happens due to not having much Dynamic Range of Camera.
How Does HDR Mode Work?
Whenever you take a photo on HDR mode, your camera captures three shots instead of one. An image which is of a normal condition. In the second, your camera exposure means taking photographs by increasing the brightness, so that the details of the dark part are found in the photo. And in the third, your camera takes a meagre amount of exposure to take pictures, so that you can get the details of the part which is shining too much.
As you see these photos
The photo has been taken to increase the exposure in the first photo so that the details of the tower in the dark part are being appropriately found. Photo taken by reducing the exposure in the second photo is reduced, which is also getting the details of the back sky in the bright lighted parts. And when these photos get attached, then the final result gets unique, in which we get to see in the above image.
When should HDR mode be used?
When we are taking a photo, two different light levels are seen, that means some part of the picture is in the light, and some part comes in the shadow, then the HDR mode should be used.
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When Should not HDR mode be used?
When you are taking photos of any moving object, you should not use HDR mode. Like these photos.