Photo to HDR Converter

iLoveIMG's free photo to HDR converter creates stunning high dynamic range images from your regular JPGs and PNGs. Boost colors and enhance contrast for captivating visuals.

The world seen by our eyes is made up of many layers of light and shadow. It is very difficult to capture all this in one photo. But High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging technology helps us. This technology can blend multiple photos together, creating stunning photos with more detail and a wider range of colors.

iLoveIMG's Photo HDR Converter is a web-based tool that helps you easily convert your JPG and PNG photos into HDR masterpieces. easy to use and totally free.

What is HDR?

HDR photography involves combining multiple photos of the same scene at different exposures. This gives details in both bright and dark areas and makes the photo look more natural and beautiful.

Advantages of HDR photography:

Enhanced Dynamic Range: HDR photos show both bright highlights and dark shadows, just like what we actually see with our eyes.

Richer colors: HDR photos contain more color data, so they look more colorful and attractive.

Increased detail: By combining multiple photos, HDR photos become sharper and more detailed.

Why Use iLoveIMG's Photo to HDR Converter?

Thinking of converting your photo to HDR to make it more vibrant? iLoveIMG is the perfect tool for you!


Effortless conversion: No complex software or technology knowledge required. Just upload your photos and start the conversion process.

User-friendly interface: Easy to use, HDR creation is easy even for beginners.

Adjustable settings: While options are available for automatic conversion, you can fine-tune your HDR effect by adjusting settings like "ghosting reduction" and "color balance."

Free and accessible: The main photo-to-HDR converter feature is completely free, making it a budget-friendly way to experience HDR imaging.

Photo to HDR Converter

  • Go to iLoveIMG's "Convert to HDR" page. (
  • Upload your photos. You can upload a single image (iLoveIMG will simulate the HDR effect) or multiple "bracketed exposures" at different light levels.
  • (Optional) Adjust the settings. Play with options like "ghost reduction" and "tonal balance" to get the HDR effect you like.
  • Convert and download your HDR images. Once the settings are fixed, start the conversion. When done, download your new HDR image.
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