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What is the Difference Between Standard and HDR Photos?

Standard photos are all High Resolution. That means that you can zoom in really, really close and still have crystal clear images.

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. It takes photos to an entirely different level and, when shot correctly, requires special expertise from the professional photographer. An HDR photo is a compilation of several photos that show the brightest and darkest exposures, thus giving you a photo with the most possible detail in literally everything, whether that is the details in the wood grain or the view of the outside as clear as the view of the inside...all in one awesome photo.

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