HDR photography EXPOSED - South Florida Real Estate Photographer

In today's competitive market, standing out visually may be your best chance to get THAT phone call from a potential buyer. Below you will find the technical explanation of what this is all about:

High-dynamic-range imaging (HDR) is a set of techniques used in imaging and photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than possible using standard digital imaging or photographic techniques. HDR images can represent more accurately the range of intensity levels found in real scenes, from direct sunlight to faint starlight, and is often captured by way of a plurality of differently exposed pictures of the same subject matter… from Wikipedia

My simple way to put it:  

It's important to remember that the camera doesn't see what the human eye does. HDR photography helps us to illustrate images a little bit closer to what we actually see in real life, combining 3 files or more of the same subject on different exposures. This is a technique difficult to master and practice needs to be applied. Must-haves? DSLR camera, wide angle lens, tripod and Photoshop skills.

For a larger view click on the image of your choice.

1st image is a plain, no flash, RAW file.

2nd image is a combination of 3 RAW files, still ambiance light ONLY and Photoshop manipulation. 

1st image show a very flat photo: backyard view of a beautiful South Florida sunset.

2nd image makes justice to the real sunset. Don't you think?

"My goal is to put together the absolute best presentation of your listing.
Capturing the right angles at the right time and creating inviting photographs that are rich in light/color, which will expose not only the property itself but, the lifestyle your clients want to experience with it." -
Rosie Mendoza

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