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  • high dynamic range imaging
  • high dynamic range rendering
  • hot dry rock
  • humanitarian daily ration


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  • The word HDR, _Hadar_, is properly to be expounded according unto that which is said, Lev. xxiii.

    Hebrew Literature

  • Another mode merges several shots into what's known as an HDR high-dynamic range photo that can merge the most interesting bits from the foreground and background when they are of different brightness levels.

    Cameras Act Like a Pro, but Are as Easy as Pie

  • And to my disappointment, both programs are missing an increasingly popular service called HDR, or high dynamic range, where you merge photos taken at different levels of exposure into a new photo that takes the best aspects of them all.

    Tackling 54,000 Photos With Two Programs

  • You can thank Scott himself for insisting that we expose a single image mechanism (a brand new feature called HDR Toning).


  • CS5 offers features called HDR-Pro and HDR Toning.

    PC World

  • I decided I would wait for the model I was eying, namely the HDR-SR12 to be discontinued.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • A new photographic technique called HDR (High Dynamic R) involves taking multiply photos of the same scene then somehow manipulating the combined images into something unworldly.

    Carl Parkes -- FriskoDude

  • Shadow / HIghlights in photoshop is very similar to pseudo-HDR, which is what HDRAGC does.

    Doom9's Forum

  • Apple touts such new iOS 4.1 features as an "HDR" picture-taking mode to work around difficult exposures and a GameCenter program for multiplayer gaming, but this update also includes a few notable bug fixes -- most notably, the iPhone 4's reportedly oversensitive proximity sensor should no longer allow you to hang up on a call with your face, and iPhone 3G models should no longer bog down.

    Apple offers App Store review guidelines (and updates iPhone software)

  • But I found an interesting Flickr group called "HDR," which is devoted to a particular Photoshop filter that allows you to merge photos with different exposure settings.

    Sorry, still busy/boring.


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