You probably know HDR Photography already…. No? Really?! Ok, HDR or High Dynamic Range Photography allows us to get photos that are much more realistic to what our eyes actually see. Our eyes are so good at seeing things at the dark and at bright instances at the same time. However, our camera can’t. So they use different techniques to achieve the same effect (almost) on photographs. And now, on video, too. Don’t worry, you’ll grasp the concept very fast. Just remember that they take two images and combine them to produce an HDR photo or video. Kinda like how they do 3D but this time it’s all about seeing things how it should be rather than the depth and “3D-ness” of the image. So here’s an HDR video that uses standard HDR procedures and it’s own improved procedures that produces much more realistic outputs of what we actually see.