One of the nice advantages of digital photography is the ability to take multiple images in order to capture the entire exposure latitude. Fortunately, most cameras have the ability to capture multiple images, while some even have an HDR mode. Setting my camera on aperature priority and placing the camera on a solid tripod, I usually capture between 7 and 9 images. By viewing the histogram I can easily determine if the number of multiple images are capturing all of the highlights and shadows in the image. If not, I can easily reset my camera to capture more images. Once the images are downloaded I use Google's HDR Efex Pro 2 to merge the images together and from that point I can make other adjustments. With the bright daylight streaming in through the dilapidated roof and the dark interior, a single exposure would not have captured the entire tonal range. I hope to share more HDR images with you of a historic diesel plant that I photographed last month.