Mark Tremain of Plymouth, England is another T3i/600D shooter who puts his camera to good use. Scrolling through Tremain’s photostream, you’ll see that like some of our recent contributors, Mark is inspired by his natural landscape and environment. You’ll also see that Mark has a penchant for HDR, which stands for High Dynamic Range – an editing technique that combines several captures to achieve a result in which each area of the frame is exposed for the light that hits it (as opposed to one single exposure level for the entire frame). The idea behind HDR was to create more realistic looking images, but Mark often pushes it even further, bringing forth details the human eye is incapable of seeing and presenting us with a unique way of looking at the world around us.
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