An extremely innovative tactic for film-making has hit the ground, and is now generating a buzz amongst filmakers and enthusiasts for it's exceptionally realistic results. Using dual cameras set to opposing exposure levels, HDR (High-Dynamic Range) video creates interesting visual effects, while allowing even exposures when lighting is less than optimal.

Although the process of merging multiple exposures is not new to still photography, it's just making it's way into the film world, so it'll be very interesting to see what projects and products arise from this creative wave.


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