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Understanding high-dynamic range (HDR)

Understanding high-dynamic range (HDR): Canon 5D Mark III Essential Training
Understanding high-dynamic range (HDR): Canon 5D Mark III Essential Training

High-dynamic range (HDR) is an imaging process that produces a greater range of darks and lights to create an image that is closer to what you are actually seeing than how it would typically be captured by a camera. It does this by combining multiple frames that are each exposed to capture specific dynamic ranges of the scene. Over the course of this online video, you will be given key insights into understanding high-dynamic range and how it works with the Canon 5D Mark III.

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Q: This course was updated on 02/04/2016. What changed?

A: We added one new movie, "Updated features on 5DS and 5DSR cameras."

Skills covered in this course
Cameras + Gear Photography 5D

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