Get better HDR more easily
Keep it RAW
RAW images already contain more dynamic range than JPEGs, so ensure that your chosen HDR software can handle RAW files and is regularly updated to cater for new Nikons.
Shooting multiple exposures – especially in cities – can result in objects moving through your frame. Thankfully, more advanced HDR software can detect this and compensate for it.
Snapped a whole shoot in need of the HDR treatment? Software containing a batch processor will streamline the process, automatically applying your chosen settings to multiple images.
HDR software isn’t just about preset effects and adjustment sliders. Selective editing, multiple layers, blending modes, post processing effects and noise reduction can all be had.