This is a discussion on Apple iPhone 4 HDR.... within the Member Show-Off & Photography forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; So, what do ya'll think....just to let everyone know I have no clue about anything when it comes to Photography...I ...
Last edited by lytlec; 12-05-2010 at 06:29 AM.
A bright sunny day is a bad way to test the HDR. Wait until the hour before sunset and find a good shot that has a high dynamic range. You'll be able to get a good before and after with that.
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'02 Sedona Red WRX - Retired
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The HDR algorithm on the iPhone is really good for situations where you have bright sunlight streaming in a window in a somewhat dark room, or other, similar situations. It's not really about creating the overdone, cartoony HDR creations that we sometimes see.
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Looks good but I don't see much difference lol
Last edited by T0rque; 09-20-2010 at 12:04 PM.
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Looks to me like it actually has less range in the "after" photo..
The "HDR" photo which is the second one shows alot more detail...especially on the WRX its self...either way it's not a bad little camera for a cell phone! I don't even carry my digital camera or my HD videocamera anywhere anymore...