An HDR still made from successive frames of video using HDRinstant
The main requirement is that the footage was shot with the exposure set for the highlights
The software "morphs" the individual stills so that their composition is identical
Ordinarily, cameras either expose for the dark areas of a scene by leaving everything else over-exposed, or for the brightest parts of a scene by leaving everything else under-exposed. Thanks to the advent of high dynamic range (HDR) photography, however, it's now possible to produce single images in which everything is exposed properly. Although HDR photos are typically captured with still cameras, HDRinstant software allows them to be created from frames of video.
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