HDR Isn’t Obvious

Like so many photographers I was caught caught up in the HDR (high dynamic range) craze a few years ago. From time to time I made “grunge” photos and “artistic” images. Now, my goal is to use HDR tools less frequently, favoring selective image adjustment utilities in Photoshop and Lightroom. In the past couple of years the dynamic range of single images has become so good that one shot will do it.

The "Mother Church" at the Christian Scientist headquarters, Boston, MA. I recovered lost shadow detail by blending 4 exposures to make a final HDR image.?

The “Mother Church” at the Christian Scientist headquarters, Boston, MA. I recovered lost shadow detail by blending 4 exposures to make a final HDR image.

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