This blog is written by Richard Woolfenden: teacher, film producer and eclectic blogger about stuff. All the views expressed in this blog are my own.
Wednesday, 24 November 2010
Fun with HDR photography on the iPhone
I'm really enjoying the HDR app on my iPhone. Pro HDR "lets you capture an image exposed for the highlights and another exposed for the shadows", as it says in the marketing blurb. High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography has been around for a while but now smartphone apps are giving people instant access to HDR imaging through a combination of the onboard camera and dedicated software. The HDR effect often gives images a dream-like quality because areas where you expect to see shadows become vibrant and full of saturated colour. If you have any links to great HDR images please let me know by just posting a comment on this blog.
I took this shot in Newcastle-upon-Tyne on a stunning autumn day in October.
Posted by Richard Woolfenden at 11:50
Labels: autumn, HDR, iPhone, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, photography, quayside, river
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