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dynamic range increase (DRI)

Dynamic Range Increase (DRI) is an image combination technique that increases the dynamic range of

the digital photo. Dynamic

Range Increase, as itcould be translated, is a special technique to make partially underexposed or overexposed areas in the digital photo brighter or darker, respectively, and to provide these image areas with drawing. For this purpose, several photos of the same, unchanged object taken with different exposure times are combined and the individual digital photos are combined using image processing

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Example of image processing with Dynamic Range Increase (DRI), screenshot: digitalkamera.de

Example of image processing with Dynamic Range Increase (DRI), screenshot: digitalkamera.de

Dynamic Range Increase usually involves static objects; buildings, cities, mountains, which can be photographed unchanged in their position. The DRI technique does not require a special graphic format, photos in RAW format can be used for DRI conversion just like JPEG.

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Englisch: dynamic range increase - DRI
Updated at: 10.09.2009
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