High Dynamic Range Photography!!!!  Just as it sounds, this process adds more "dynamic range" (clarity/depth) to photographs. Instead of just taking one photo, HDR uses multiple photos, taken at different exposures. This process is also referred to as "Fusion Photography."

Noticeable Differences

  1. Bright and airy.
  2. Grain in hardwood floors.
  3. Detail in countertops.
  4. Texture in back splash.
  5. Stone definition in fireplace.
  6. Exposure beyond window.
If you can see a difference, so can your clients and potential buyers.