Merging different exposures images of single image in Photoshop

Brief Info about HDR

Dynamic Range is ratio between dark and bright regions.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Work with images in 32-bits-per-channel, extended dynamic range.

Photographers can capture the full dynamic range of a scene with multiple exposures and merge the files into a single image.

To use the Merge To HDR command:

Used to combine multiple images (with different exposures) of the same image or scene, capturing the dynamic range of a scene in a single HDR image.

  1. Choose File > Automate > Merge To HDR. Dialog box appears.
  2. Click Browse, browse to select the images.
  3. (Optional) Select the Attempt To Automatically Align Source Images option if you held the camera in your hands when you photographed the multiple images.
  4. Click OK. A second Merge To HDR dialog box appears.
  5. (Optional) Deselect or select the thumbnails in the Sources filmstrip to specify which images to use in the merged image.
  6. Choose a bit depth for the merged image from the Bit Depth menu.
  7. Move the slider below the histogram to set the white point for previewing the merged image.
  8. Click OK to create the merged image.

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