This image was created using five separate images at 1 stop exposure steps.
This one is a little different. Because I shoot my images in RAW format, Definition of RAW, I can also create an HDR image from a single RAW image. Basically, a RAW image is unprocessed by the camera and would not be ready to print. You can think of it in a similar fashion as when cameras only used film, and although you took photos on a roll of film, you still had to take it in to be processed so you could see the images. It isn’t exactly the same, but close enough.
The reason I used a single image instead of the 5 shot group, is due to low light and poor camera stability (I was in the car using a tripod on the seat because it was very windy and raining and shooting out an open window). The five images just couldn’t be brought together well.
Like the BPA Power image, this is a full five shot series.