To create an HDR image, you need to take a bunch of photos (the number may vary), but they all need different exposure levels. You have to manually set the exposure. Then you go into photoshop and you put them all together to make an HDR photo. The automatic HDR functions that other devices have like on an iPhone don't work as well. It takes all of the photos at the same time and combines it by itself. I personally think that it doesn't work as well because people usually don't hold their phone still enough.
My first HDR photo is the portrait photo. I am no too proud of my portrait and I wish I did a lot of things better. I wanted to get a picture of him outside in the open so the background looks nice. I made him sit down on a rock and I told him to be still. I was trying to find a good angle. I wish that I put him more to the left in the rule of thirds. His head is also turned a little too much. My second photo is the one is my landscape. I thought that it would be good because right in the rule of thirds there are these red flowers so I thought it would look nice. The trees were moving a lot but it turned out ok. My third photo is my superimpose which is on the bottom. I combined my to others photos to make it. I put the photo of my friend in the rule of thirds and I added text that says, "Inspire." I think that my superimpose is the best photo out of all of them.