How to make HDR Photos with non-SLR Canon Cameras
High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography takes multiple shots at different Exposure Values (Heretofore EV OR EXP), and then through software on a PC puts them together into stunning pictures.
Here is a page I made with a few examples. They are Rollover JPGs so wait for the page to load, then roll over the image to see the HDR version.
Due to the popularity, most cameras, especially at the prosumer level are starting to build this function into the camera. But there is some nifty non-destructive firmware that one can turn just about any Canon camera into a HDR phototaking machine. It’s called “CHDK”
It’s basically just a temporary firmware you can load onto your camera to give you more control over every single aspect, including taking photos for HDR. Here is a step by step on exactly how to do HDR only. You will need a steady hand or tripod, and a Canon camera that supports this software. And you will not be using your flash.