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High dynamic range, or HDR, photography has been generating a lot of interest lately, with photographers from pros to novices latching on to the benefits of being able to make the extremes of both highlight and shadow detail visible in a single image. In the latest installment of our "DCR Workshop" photography how-to series, we tackle HDR shooting: what it is, how it works, and an introduction to the tools, techniques, and technology needed to create your own high dynamic range images.
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