2013 SXSW Video Recap: Trey Ratcliff Explains the HDR Photography Revolution

Written by Hugh Forrest | August 26, 2013

Geeks love disrupting photography, witness the popularity of image-sharing apps such as Flickr, TwitPic and Instagram. For digital creatives who like to manipulate color and light in new and interesting ways, HDR (high dynamic range) photography has opened up many new doors.

Few have accomplished more in this field of HDR photography than Texas-born innovator Trey Ratcliff, the man behind the popular travel website Stuck in Customs. At the 2013 SXSW Interactive Festival, Ratcliff talked about his approach to HDR as well as his amazing life journey (born blind in his right eye, he studied computer science and mathematics at Southern Methodist University). Click here to watch the full video of his enlightening presentation from this year's event: "A LIfe Worth Living is a Life Worth Recording".

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