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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by zooby, Oct 5, 2013.
takes too much time. So I only use it when I need to, but with that said. I have kept the original photo and dumped the HDR photo, just because it didn't look any better.
Same here, but today I took a HDR photo of a box of celebrations. Looking between the two photo's I found it hard to see any difference.
I leave it on. I can tell the difference between HDR and off when viewing on computer. HDR is better 90% of the time.
I noticed that HDR disables the flash, why is this? I have left it off because of this.
Same here, today I took a photo of celebrations sweets. Although looking between the two I couldn't see any difference.
I turn it on occasionally. The HDR effect seems less pronounced on the iPhone than other phones I've had, but it also is a lot less likely to create 'auras' around things when I use it.
I probably use it on about 1 in 5 photos.
The HDR effect seemed to be much better when it first came out with the iphone 4 i think it was. Ever since the 5 came out it just doesnt seem to function as well.
I've always used HDR most of the time.
I've noticed with the 5s though that the difference is less pronounced between the 2 shots.
I wonder if apple's image software is getting better without HDR now.
I leave it on always
Here is an example with HDR off and on. First photo off, second on. With it off, the orange in the flowers get oversaturated, With HDR on, color looks better on orange flowers. Taken with 5s.
the way HDR is designed is to take multiple pics in the time frame of one pic. the flash can't really blink that fast. Then it combines the exposures from all those pics taking the best qualities into one pic.
So HDR can't be used in low light situations correct?
It can. I leave it on all the time and as an added benefit the pictures can be sharper, too.
HDR reduces overexposure and under exposure. A good example in those photos is the brick column.