Yesterday I had the pleasure to meet the great HDR photographer Trey Ratcliff, the guy behind the world famous travel photography blog Stuck in Customs in a really nice Photowalk around Stanford University. His photos are an explosion of colors, they are pure inspiration. I even remember the first time I saw his work, back in 2008, and I was not familiar with HDR, so the beauty of the images got my attention and I wanted to know more about the technique and the guy behind that blog.

For those not familiar, HDR (High Dynamic Range) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminance between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than current standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods. As Trey would say, “This technique allow you to see what your eyes see through the lenses.” There are people that love HDR and people who think these photos are over manipulated… check out the images and let us know what do you think.

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

HDR - Trey Ratcliff

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