Morton Arboretum in High Dynamic Range (HDR)

High Dynamic Range (HDR) involves processing three (or more) photos of varying exposures to get a single shot with somewhat exaggerated details. The technique requires a steady hand (or tripod) and a bit of post-processing but can produce some really interesting shots. Here are some from our trip to the Morton Arboretum.

Morton Arboretum

Bur Oak
Bur Oak at Morton Arboretum in HDR

Morton Arboretum

Morton Arboretum

Cicilian Fir (left) and Bur Oak (right)
Cicilian Fir at Morton Arboretum HDR Bur Oak at Morton Arboretum

Lacebark Elm
Lacebark Elm at Morton Arboretum

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