HDR, or high dynamic range images, seem to be the latest trend, craze, call it what you will. It involves several images, taken at different exposures, which are then stacked to provide a greater range and more detail throughout the image.
An example would be the image below, taken at sunset in Pitstone, Bedfordshire, on 1st October. Normally, you get a shot for the sky, or a shot for the windmill, unless you’re going for silhouette, as many of my shots were on this shoot.
Here, 3 images at different exposures, have created an image which provides more detail. Undoubtedly I’ll have a go at creating some more HDR images, after all, every image by every photographer is totally unique, even if taken at the same time and location.