I have a love hate relationship with HDR. I use it a lot when photographing architectural interiors and subjects that require light but don’t afford the time to set them up. With that being said, landscape HDR provides an interesting way for me to experiment with the technique. Here are a few shots taken in Laguna Beach.
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