A High Dynamic Range Image Photography, known as the High Contrast Image, is a digital image that can store very large differences in brightness occurring in nature. These are recorded by special cameras or generated by means of 3D computer animation. So far, there are only a few output devices. On conventional screens, HDR images can’t be imaged, but must be converted to LDR - Low Dynamic Range Images images. This means a reduction in HDR image quality.

By avoiding over- or under-exposure, HDR images provide a very large area for further image processing - both graphically and in 3D. Image details are better, more extensive and finer resolvable. This makes the images clearer and deeper and can be perceived in 3D.

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