How To Create HDR Image

Hi friends, thank you for liking my photography work and showing interest to learn how to create HDR image. Let’s share a little knowledge about HDR images.
First, let me tell you what HDR image means. HDR image is the short form of "High Dynamic Range image". The word HDR itself sounds high quality image, isn't it? Of course it is. HDR is much better quality image than normal images. Here below you can find the difference between HDR images and normal captured images. Obviously HDR one is looking alive and more dynamic. Rich in color, more depth and good clarity than other images even though HDR (below one) is created out of those top three images itself. So let’s have a brief  discussion on how to create HDR image. 
Bracketing shooting

HDR image
Most of the photographer who do not have idea about HDR photography they must be thinking where is the option in my camera to take HDR photos, although they are having most modern DSLR camera. In fact you never find such options in your camera. Where as it is not within camera function. Even it is not necessary that you should have DSLR to creat HDR images, HDR is the process which begins after capturing snaps from your camera. 
There are two different sections of process to create HDR images.
1. Capturing images using camera. 
2. Image processing in software. 

Capturing snaps are little different for HDR than ordinary photography. For HDR process you have to take multiple shots of same scene. For example: on above three images, all images look same but each image has taken using one step exposure sifted recording option in camera. Which means camera takes different expose value in slight time difference between those images. So when you use that option you have to be very careful about camera placement. Otherwise it has more chance to get the result with a problem called ghost image which is the cause of camera movement. Therefore I strongly advise you to use tripod to avoid ghost image problem.

Using manual mode in normal auto camera also can capture different exposed shoots. It is not necessary that you need to have all expensive DSLR one. If you have manual mode, you can take snaps for HDR adjusting expos value in your normal camera. Now you must be thinking then why we need DSLR one. There is couple of options available in DSLR camera which makes you comfortable to take HDR snaps. One of those options is called bracketing shooting. This option captures three different EV (expose value) images repeatedly using sifted exposure value which is the key elements for HDR process. So get good DSLR and using bracketing shooting options capture nice multiple shoots then precede to next level.

HDR process. 
There are many software available in market for HDR processing. Photo matix. pro. is one of them. How does this software work? Basically this software blends all three different exposed images. It gives you multiple attributes to adjust your blended image like saturation, gamma, color temperature, high light, shadow etc. You can try with different values which gives you the result as per your requirement. Photo matix pro. is very simple software. It has got very less processing steps. It is easy to learn. Once you become familiar with software you can play around with different attributes.There is no any particular value or attributes for HDR. Practice is the best way to learn software.Do not forget to do experiment. 
Each image will have various looks, expose and environment so try with different looks. It is all about your choice and test.
Tips: Rather than trying to enhance your image in software better try to capture good images. 
Photo matix pro.
Soon I am releasing video about HDR image in youtube. Please don't forget to drop comments. I always welcome your questions and suggestions. Thank you.