Doing HDR, High Dynamic Range, photography has meant putting our cameras on a tripod and taking a series of shots. Until now.

If anything moved (people, flags, trees, whatever), those objects record as a blur. Well, tough luck. Until now.

In a step-by-step, no detail left out, I walk you through the easy-to-understand process of how to take just one shot, where everything is as "frozen" as you want, and get stunning HDR results like the cover photo shows.

Go ahead, take a close look at the flags, people and gondola in the scene: frozen & unblurry.

Single Shot HDR

$44.00Price
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