HDR photography

Dear readers,

I discover my love to photography and I thought about buying a new camera since my last one got lost. A lot of bloggers are already using high-end cameras for their blog, but for me my smartphone camera is mostly enough, since the technology for smartphone cameras are comparable to system cameras. Of course not as good as reflex cameras, but also high quality, if you know how to use it and how to edit your pictures.

I tried out HDR photography with my iPhone 6S. iPhones are already having cameras with 12 megapixels. The tricky part is to edit the picture to a HDR photography. HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and the pictures seem very strong and dynamic.

This picture was taken last year on Fraser Island, Australia.
There are two ways to produce HDR photography. The first way is to take a lot of pictures of the same motive and assemble all of them with the function of Photoshop. It will automatically produce a HDR photo of all the merged pictures.

But if you only took one picture there is also a possibility in Photoshop to create an artificial HDR. I tried out this method and I had all the control of the tones and lights / shades of the picture. To compare the difference between the picture:

If you need more help or a tutorial just contact me. It's really impressive how you could change the appealing of a picture with some functions.

xo, RubyliXious



  1. these pictures are so beautiful!

    xoxo Ally
    [ allyshiny.blogspot.de ]

  2. Great photos! HDR mode is one of my favourites :)

  3. wow, das Fotos ist wirklich der Hammer! Sieht wunderschön aus :)

    Viele liebe Grüße, Julia ☾ | www.serendipityblog.de

  4. wow die Fotos sind traumhaft,
    du hast wirklich talent.
    Probiere mich auch gerade an Fotobearbeitung und es ist echt kompliziert und ein Ding für sich.

    alles Liebe deine Amely Rose