The ratio between the highest and the lowest values of a physical medium is referred to as "dynamic range". The dynamic range of a real world scene can be very high if the image, for example, includes a bright sky and dark shadows. Unfortunately cameras are unable to capture the whole range of such scenes.
In order to produce an image with the whole dynamic range of the scene, several photographs have to be captured at different exposure levels and merged together to produce an HDR image.
In order to produce the above image, i combined 5 photographs using Photomatix.
I've been interested in photography for as long as I can remember. I got hooked on wildlife photography at a very young age and have always wanted to be able to capture images that are good enough to be published! At the moment a lot of images on my blog are of wildlife but I will be adding a lot of landscapes, cityscapes and black and white images in the future. I am currently based in Sydney, Australia.
Canon 5D Mark III
Canon EF 100mm f2.8 L Macro IS USM Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 L IS USM