When To Use HDR On Your Phone’s Camera
Have you ever heard of HDR? You may have come across it on your smartphone in the settings. When you take a photo with your smartphone, you probably use lighting, filters or tools in the edit section to make the photo look more presentable. With HDR, it does all the hard work for you so you don’t have to spend time editing; it just takes the perfect shot every time. The dynamic range aims to add more depth and sharpness in the photo via the ratio of light to dark in a photograph. An expert says HDR takes a photo of what your eyes see and not what the camera sees. HDR takes a while to take a photo, usually a few seconds slower and usually takes multiple versions, usually two, with one having HDR and one without HDR.
However, HDR has been criticized that it doesn’t capture the perfect shot every time and works better, so people claim the best scenarios to use the HDR and get the most out of all is when taking photos landscapes, portraits in sunlight, low-light and backlit scenes. Never take photos when there are movements or high-contrast scenes as well of photos of vivid colors.
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