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With the advent of digital photography – and digital darkroom tools such as Photoshop – it has become easier than ever before to overcome the limitations of the camera. Images with a high dynamic range have been a particular challenge for photographers since cameras were first invented. In this article, we will explain how to extend the dynamic range of an image by combining two photographs – one processed for the highlights, and the other processed for the shadows. You will gain the most from this article if you have a basic knowledge of the Photoshop interface, and an understanding of layering and masking techniques.
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