What is HDR?

High dynamic range (HDR) images enable photographers to record a greater range of tonal detail than a given camera could capture in a single photo. That means if you have a picture with skies, water and land in it or just with under-exposed and over-exposed areas HDR would fix them and make all areas have great detail and imitate the way humans see it.

Please, search Google to find out more about it.

How to use this site

Currently this website is using one JPG to HDR conversion technique, so first, find a good picture. If it's on your Flickr, use From Flickr page and put in a tag or username or both to find it. If it's on your computer (JPG format only, 6MB max), use Upload Photo page. If it's on your Photobucket or somewhere else on the web, use From the Web page, and copy-paste your image link to there.

Next, you're going to see your first result. If you like it - fine!, post it to gallery or hit "Download full size". Don't forget to experiment with sliders under your result. You can change Radius and Contrast. Hit "Apply Changes" after you changed them. This can produce far better results and is a lot of fun!

Please note that unless you save your image to gallery it'll stay on our server for 12 hours maximum, so don't link directly to it and don't forget to download the full size.

What pictures should I try to convert?

Please, see our gallery to get an idea of what this tool can do. Try to convert pictures with differently exposed areas, like clouds and ground, skyscrapers, trees, water, some faces will do. Feel free to experiment and share your best results in the Gallery!

What is PRO version all about?

Currently, we're finishing professional version for photographers who would like to have more options and convert mutiple images with various exposure into a single HDR. This will include helpful settings, nice interface and lots more. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to write us a letter at [email protected]
Also you can leave your email address to be notified when it comes out.