This Victorian home photographed in Chester, NH is a beautiful example of HDR-High Dynamic Range.  HDR is a digital process that portrays an image with its full range of tonal values.  This principle works by combining several exposures of the same scene taken at different settings.  The details of the shadows are combined with the details of the highlights in a process called exposure fusion and tonal mapping.  The resulting image exhibits a full range of tone and detail.  Using HDR the graphic artist is offered an extremely wide range of creative interpretation in rendering the final image.  From the painterly, to the illustrative, from photo realism, to high saturated abstracts, the options are limitless.  These stunning results add an interesting new set of choices for the post production processing in digital photography and videography.

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