HDR files are high-dynamic range images that contain a greater range of tonal detail than standard images. They can be created using special HDR cameras or by combining multiple exposures of the same scene using image-editing software. HDR files usually have the extension .hdr or .exr.
To convert an HDR file to JPEG in Photoshop:
- Open the HDR image in Photoshop.
- Go to Image, then choose Mode. Select RGB Color from the drop-down menu.
- Click OK. The HDR image will now be converted to RGB.
- Click File, then Save As. Choose JPEG from the format drop-down menu and click Save. Photoshop will now save the image as a JPEG file.
HDR images are becoming more and more popular, especially among photographers who want to capture a greater range of tonal detail in their images.
While most image-editing software can open and edit HDR files, not all software can save them in the JPEG format. Luckily, Photoshop makes it easy to convert HDR files to JPEGs with just a few clicks.
If you have an HDR file that you want to convert to JPEG, simply open the file in Photoshop, go to Image > Mode, and select RGB Color. Click OK, then click File > Save As. Choose JPEG from the format drop-down menu and click Save. Your HDR image will now be saved as a JPEG file that can be opened and edited in any image-editing software.
So there you have it! Converting an HDR file to JPEG in Photoshop is easy and only takes a few seconds. Now go out and start capturing those beautiful high-dynamic range images!