You have undoubtedly heard about dynamic range even if you’re a beginner photographer. To put it simply, dynamic range is the difference between the darkest and lightest tones in an image. It’s useful to know that there are two types of dynamic range – the dynamic range of the subject and the dynamic range of the camera.
The dynamic range of the subject refers to the range of light intensities from the shadows to the highlights. In low light conditions, this range is quite limited, while on a sunny day, this range can be very broad.
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