Technical: HDR, or High Dynamic Range is the ability to take multiple shots at different exposure values with a Digital SLR Camera, and combine them into a single Photograph. The human eye can see approximately 20 exposure values when looking at a scene, where todays Digital SLR Cameras can capture only 5 exposure values. This technique allows the photographer to capture what they actually saw when shooting the shot. As you can see from these shots, HDR photographs have a particular look to them, which is sometimes called “painterly”. When multi-processed, they will look even more like a painting than a photo.