The human eye has the condition and quality of seeing a very wide spectrum of light between shadows and lights. It often happens to us that when we portray someone against the light, be it a landscape or a sunset. Then when we see our photo, it does not look like what we saw, and wonder what happened. This is because the sensors of digital cameras cannot capture the entire spectrum of light present in the scene, since they do not have the same capacity to capture shadows or lights as the human eye does. Here, we will discuss what is dynamic range photography and how it helps to improve photos.