HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography is a highly popular method of photography. Although it is fairly simple to apply, it is important to recognize how popular this technique has become in the world of photography. Achieved merely by taking a series of the same exact photo, with intervals in which things such as the ISO, or aperture are manipulated, this method allows for a picture to look as high quality as possible without needing to own a top-notch equipment. The magic happens in the editing process. All that needs to be done is to choose a range of 3-5 photos that each contain a great value of the composition, and then proceed to merge them together. This merging is achieved quite simply with Photoshop, although I’m sure there are other software that offer it as well. The finished result will give you a picture qualified as HDR.