Dave Urwin

HDR Interiors of Non-Religious Buildings

Created and judged by Dave Urwin

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I would like to see your best HDR photos taken inside any building that is not used for religious purposes. HDR (high dynamic range) is a processing technique whereby multiple frames are taken at different exposure values and then combined in-camera or with specialist software to create a single image with retention of both highlight and shadow detail. In my judging I will be looking for interesting interiors that are well composed and which use HDR sympathetically and with good effect. The contest is for non-religious buildings only, so please do not enter images taken in cathedrals, churches, temples, mosques etc. Your entries may be in colour or black and white.

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Entries closed
9 April 2022

9 April 2022 to 16 April 2022

Winners announced
16 April 2022

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