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Yaopey - author of Fotographee
HDR doesn’t have a good reputation. If you’ve visited forums, you must have seen how some HDR images are being bashed to the point where the photographer behind had to hide in a box under the stairs until the rage is over.
Why do people hate HDR so much?!
Guess what I've discovered...
Many who claimed to hate HDR actually didn’t know how to do HDR themselves!
They often leave comments like:
It kind of make sense, right?
We hate things that we don’t know and have no skills to do it right - that’s just human nature.
Kind of like in the movies where human kills alien (The Day Earth Stood Still, maybe Paul?) just because they don’t know what they’re capable of doing. I know this is probably not the best example but it’s on top of my mind as I’m writing this (LOL)!
This brings me back to the core of the issue.
People hate HDR because they don’t know how to create non-grungy, non-hypersaturated and halo-free HDR images. i.e. natural looking HDR - what HDR suppose to be.
Here's the thing, you don't have to hate HDR anymore because I'm going to show you how to do it the right way.