Modern cameras are remarkable machines, however they are unable to see the same range of brightness as the human eye. This is why the blue sky in a landscape photo often appears bright white.
HDR photography is a technique in which multiple versions of the same photo are taken, from dark to light, and then blended together to create a single image featuring the correctly exposed areas of each one.
In the example below, we have shot three photos of this kitchen, taken the best tones from each and then combined them into the final image at the bottom.
By incorporating this HDR technique into the retouching process, Roost provides images with unparalleled levels of detail and clarity.