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In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create HDR in Lightroom. To create a Lightroom HDR image you need multiple exposures of the same thing. You will need a minimum of three exposures, one underexposed, one correctly exposed and one overexposed. Then you use HDR software to merge these exposures into one and thus bringing all that tonal range between the three exposures into one. This way each pixel in your image has a lot more information to play with.
HDR stand for High Dynamic Range and I’ll go through, in much more detail, the science behind HDR and the effects it creates in a later tutorial.
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