By using different exposure techniques, HDR pictures differ from their standard resolution brethren. These cool pictures look extremely good on a desktop or a logon screen.
35 HDR Images via Smashing Magazine
It’s High Dynamic Range. Not High Dynamic Resolution. You’re confusing it with HD, which stands for High Definition, and is actually a high resolution image. You can have a HDR image at a low resolution, as long as the picture covers ranges from very dark to very light, which, in normal processing, either the darks get lost, or the lights get blown out.
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