The building above is processed to provide a higher range of tone and detail while still honest to the subject.
This is the HDR render of a wing of a library. Note the sky, brightness and color of grass and light in the windows.
These bracketed exposure photos used to make the HDR image contain the elements of the final image. See the sky in the darkly exp0osed photo? See the brighter window reflection and stronger plant color in the over exposed photo on the right? These elements would not show in a single normally exposed photo, the center photo above.
The basic rule we follow at Thomas Haynes Commercial Photography is use an image to catch the eye and encourage the visitor to spend more time with your information. This basic principle applies to descriptive brochures, web sites, in-house and publicity graphics and certainly sales efforts such as real estate listings. HDR is one of the tools to use when appropriate to attain this goal.
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We have mentioned "overdone" and in fairness to that.. here is one for drama! Including a strong dominating presence to the building caused by lens distortion. Obviously too overdone and tweaked for an accurate view of the building, this photo could have a place on a brochure or as a artful view..maybe. This is typical of many HDR images on the web... surreal. We can do drama but generally find it "too much" and not the wisest choice for marketing. We are here to provide you the best we can and use good judgment in the process. Enjoy this last one!