Most of the people are trying their hand at HDR photography. Nowadays we are going to do a complete walk through of how this great technique works. If you aren’t well known with HDR, it full form is High Dynamic Range meaning you can get an image with a broader tonal range which can put feature to shadowed parts while managing detail in very bright place. How it accomplishes this is by using a series of images with dissimilar revelations and then mixing the pictures into a final image merging data from all of the images. The result can be amazing. For example, I took an 3 shot exposure set, meaning the camera took first dark image, second standard exposed image, and one over exposed image, this is usually sufficient for a really good picture. We have found that using HDR Darkroom will offer some of the finest realistic effects found. During Photoshop CS5 and Photomatix Pro both have HDR merging capabilities, HDR Darkroom still does a better work. Once we are ready with the images we want, we need to process them. Once you are in HDR Darkroom, click at File menu and choose Create HDR Then, you should to select the photos you want to use to comprise your HDR image, you can browse to the folder you want and select your pictures. The next process is choose if you want the images to be aligned before creating the HDR and exposure option (If you are not confident about the if the EXIF data is available in the photos, we suggest that you choose the Guess alternative.) and then select OK. After a some time of processing the images, HDR Darkroom will display an image that you will think it is a standard image. But this is not the last step of your HDR work, we still have another process to do before it will look more attractive. To apply the tone mapping, click at the Process menu and choose Tone Mapping, this will get up another screen with a series of options to well tune the image. In many cases, I am going to select the "Local Tone Enhancer" method and then make the fine tuning options with the sliders. Now you must have an image that is very rich in features. You can quickly see in the following images that details from the sky are pretty bright and the detail in the tank part which was basically just blacked out areas in the other images except for the more bright image. As you can find, HDR processing can add an amazing new element to your photography. Now get ready for clicking photos!