© Jeff R. Clow
Another one frame jpeg image from a shot I took this summer in Grand Teton National Park. The photo was enhanced by creating a pseudo-hdr tone mapped image using Dynamic Photo HDR software, version 2.0. The software allows the nuances of light, color and depth to be recovered from a one frame jpeg image.
If you have the time, I hope you'll view this at the larger size linked below so you can see that it is actually possible to get some "depth" from a singe jpeg image using this technique:
If you would like to download a free trial of this new 2.0 version of Dynamic Photo HDR software, you can get it by clicking the link below and going to the bottom right hand corner of the page for the free trial download: