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High Dynamic Range (HDR) Imaging with Video


High Dynamic Range imaging is one of those imaging features that arises from noble intent but always ends up getting over-used (see this flickr pool for evidence).

HDR photography typically relies on multiple exposures … so what to do if you want the effect on video? Well Soviet Montage did it by using two DSLRs simultaneously.

Overall the results are really nice …

HDR Video Demonstration Using Two Canon 5D mark II's from Soviet Montage on Vimeo.

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