High Dynamic Range
HDR or High Dynamic Range photography

Made from multiple images, shot at different exposures, to raise the dynamic range of the final result.

First you take three identical images at different exposures, and then you do some math.

This produces a an effect that is closer to matching what the eye sees when looking at the same image. Except when it doesn't.

All of these were combined in software called Photomatix. There are other programs that you can use to make HDR that work as Photoshop filters.
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