HDR camera on iPad
HDR (High Dynamic Range) in Camera helps you get great shots in high-contrast situations. On supported models, the iPad camera takes three photos in rapid succession at different exposures and blends them together. The resulting photo has better detail in the bright and midtone areas.
Take an HDR photo
On some models, iPad automatically uses HDR when it’s most effective.
To manually control HDR, go to Settings > Camera, then turn off Smart HDR. On the camera screen, tap HDR to turn it on or off.
On all other models, tap on the camera screen.
By default, the HDR version of the photo is saved in Photos. To save both the HDR and non-HDR version, go to Settings > Camera, then turn on Keep Normal Photo.