HDR often not necessary?

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Sebastian Nibisz New Member • Posts: 12
Re: HDR often not necessary?

joptimus wrote:

In some cases as the one below I struggle, though. Sure, the focus is not what's outside the room, but to have it massively overblown, bothers me. These are only smart previews, since I'm traveling and don't have the original RAWs with me. But it shows the dilemma. It's from 2018, so I don't remember exactly how I perceived it. Sometimes I want to show the image more than I could see, sometimes that's counterproductive.

But these motives are few and far between to be honest.
When I'm home, I'll upload the RAWs here and maybe one of you is able to get a good result and I learn something.

HDR allows to capture a wider tonal range and less noise. It is especially useful for real estate photography.

Processed in the SNS-HDR Pro.

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