Creating High Dynamic Range images is a fastidious  process, more so than it is difficult, but one which many architectural photographers will avoid due to the time and set-up it takes. There are essentially 2 parts in preparing to shoot HDR; First, setting up your camera for bracketing to capture a wide gamut of native RAW exposures (most photographers typically capture 3 images, Hypernikomen captures 7 for greater vibrancy range). Second, is the process of photo merging the bracketed image into a single composite, which is achieved through a program such as Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom.  Hypernikomen leverages HDR workflows to ensure you get the highest quality images for your real estate listing. For more information, visit, or call us 561-633-7300 to schedule our photographic services today.