40 Exceptionally Beautiful HDR Photos Of Airports In Asia

(Guest writer: Xavier Lur)

HDR, also known as High Dynamic Range, is a set of techniques that when applied carefully, magically transforms your photographs into really stunning ones. It has been widely used by photographers to record a greater range of tonal detail than a single aperture and shutter speed. HDR photographs are generally achieved by capturing multiple photographs (taking one photograph for the sky and one for the ground), merging them together in Photoshop, and then modifying it with an image processing software such as Photomatix.

Though it is frequently use to create dramatic images of landscapes and scenery, photographers have also creatively applied HDR onto photographs taken in the interior of buildings to capture the magnificent architecture. This post is a quintessential example. Below are 40 Exceptionally Beautiful HDR Photos Of Airports In Asia. Yes, the following photos may look like artist illustrations, but in fact all of them are developed out of usual photos. Enjoy!

Changi International Airport – Singapore

(Source: Studioku)

(Source: Life in AsiaNZ)

(Source: GeeBee)

(Source: GeeBee)

Kuala Lumpur International Airport – Malaysia

(Source: Trey Ratcliff)

(Source: Trey Ratcliff)

(Source: Grant Cameron)

(Source: Christopher Chan)

Suvarnabhumi Airport – Thailand

(Source: Surrealize)

(Source: Trey Ratcliff)

(Source: Grant Cameron)

Dubai International Airport – U.A.E

(Source: azrEYEn)

Incheon International Airport – South Korea

(Source: Bongo Mike)

(Source: R.K. M)

(Source: Selwyn Yeo)

(Source: R.K. M)

Taoyuan International Airport – Taiwan

(Source: Joseph Brent Lardizabal)

Beijing Capital International Airport – China

(Source: Christopher Chan)

(Source: Alebi)

(Source: Christopher Chan)

Shanghai Pudong International Airport – China

(Source: Sandra)

(Source: Sirintira)

(Source: Rex M Photography)

(Source: Ben Lee)

Tokyo Haneda Airport – Japan

(Source: Altus)

(Source: Cafecico)

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(This guest post is written by Xavier Lur for Hongkiat.com. Xavier is a tech blogger and a gadget zealot who is currently on an internship with Yahoo! Singapore.)

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