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Adelaide, Australia, February 27, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Hyperfocal Design releases new High Dynamic Range Image (HDRI) collection, "HDR City Lights." Digital Art developer Hyperfocal Design has developed this HDR collection to be used in studio lighting setups where artists position each HDR light source individually. Unlike existing sets, which are of actual studio lights, Hyperfocal’s City Lights set features real-world city light sources such as illuminated offices, car parks, malls, hotel lobbies, and ornate arched windows, as photographed at night. The City Lights HDRIs weigh in at up to 2,300 x 3,300 pixels with super high dynamic range - up to 17 stops. HDR City Lights is Hyperfocal’s 11th collection to date, which feature very high resolution, super high dynamic range, and industry leading image quality.
Jay Weston, founder of Hyperfocal Design says, “Artists these days have their pick of HDR studio style soft boxes, umbrellas and other lights, and there are also a number of spherical studio and city environments, but this collection allows artists to get really creative. They can place their light and reflection sources at any position, size or angle they wish for maximum control over the end result, and with unique lighting and reflections unachievable with regular studio light setups."
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