The mission of Mile High Photos photography is to treat each home with the care and patience to bring attention to the beauty of every space. We try to use natural lighting whenever possible by applying HDR imaging techniques (see below) for interior and exterior photos. Multiple techniques are also used with post processing software to highlight and accentuate each photograph.
What is HDR Photography?
HDR or HDRI is short for High Dynamic Range Imaging. It is a technique used to blend the brightest highlights and the darkest shadows of a scene to create a higher dynamic range of luminosity. The goal is to take a variety of photos at different exposure levels (we use 5-7 images) and utilize processing software to blend these photographs together. Below is a visual example of how it works with Real Estate Photography.
An HDR Image
Underexposed - One can see through the windows but the room is dark
Middle Exposure - The camera tries to let in enough light to see both outside and inside.
Overexposed - The room is very bright but the windows are washed out.
HDR Image - The result of blending different exposures of the same image using processing software.
The same photo generated by just one image using the AUTO function of the camera.