HDR architectural photography

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HDR photography often gets a bad name and doesn’t have to be about overly saturated colours and wide angle lens (though I do occasionally like it). Sometimes, bracketing a shot can simply help you recover a highlight, or just pull out a little bit more detail in the shadows. It’s been a staple for architectural photographers to prevent windows from being blown out on interior shots. Can digital photography be as pure as the film days (if we want it to be) or was photography ever ‘pure’?

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