Uses of Light 008.

HDR Photography

HDR stands for ‘high dynamic range’, and is a technique used to achieve a higher dynamic range, which is done by taking one photo at regular exposure then changing the f.stop at least to one stop above and then one f.stop below and taking a photo at each. Computer software is then used to merge them all together and the outcome should have a move ‘dynamic range’ than just a photo taken at a regular exposure.

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Stroboscopic Photography

Stroboscopic photography is the technique of photographing a moving subject with camera’s shutter open to capture multiple stationary exposures with pulsed flash illumination.

Harold E. Edgerton, Tennis Player, 1939.

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