Pro HDR is easy to use and will considerably improve your images in most cases.
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and methods of producing images that look more like you perceive the reality. A very common problem with photography is that the sky often is overexposed and the shadows to dark, only the area in between looks the way we see it in reality.
Normally you camera or phone expose after a mix of the darker and the lighter parts of the motive.
Real HDR usually means that you take two or three exposures that is then merged into one image. The result will be an image correctly exposed in both lighter and darker parts.
The other day I got a tip from a friend who writes a lot about mobile photography. (Check out his blog at www.saarimner.com).
Most HDR apps for your smartphone will use different cheats and filters to create HDR-like effects, but Pro HDR will analyse the motive for you and take two images and merge them into one, real HDR in other words. And it’ fast too, if you compare to the time it takes to merge two images with professional HDR software in your computer.
Shoot on free hand
You don’t need a tripod either. The images will be sharp if only you try to keep the mobile as steady as you can. When an image is ready you can make adjustments until you are pleased and even apply filters to create additional effects.
Pro HDR cost around one Euro on Apple Appstore or Android app stores.