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The HDR mode takes multiple exposures upon pressing the shutter button. These exposures are stored in a .NAR file (same filename as the photo, but different extension) in your Camera Roll folder. If you want to free up disk space, simply use the File Explorer app to delete the .NAR file. This will leave the .JPG file containing the photo intact, just make ...


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As a matter of fact there is one application. You change the HDR exposure in the Photos app when you are running Windows 10 Mobile, and one the desktop, guess which application you can use to do the same thing: Yes, the Photos app again. The trick is in importing the photos and the .nar packages into the same folder, rather than importing just the pictures ...


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First off, note that HDR is actually a bit of a misnomer. The feature, originally named "Rich Capture", handles more than just scenes with high contrast, which HDR was originally intended for. Depending on the amount of ambient light and whether or not flash is enabled it can also take multiple exposures with and without flash (Dynamic Flash) or with a ...


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