High Dynamic Range Scene Mode with New Artistic Sub-Modes
Shooting in high contrast environments can often result in photos with overexposed and underexposed sections. So to tackle this problem, Canon developed the High Dynamic Range shooting mode to make shooting even more intuitive. Under High Dynamic Range the camera will shoot three different exposures in succession (underexposed, overexposed and normal) and then merge them into a single image. Underexposed areas are combined with the overexposed and vice versa, resulting in an evenly detailed image with flattering shadows and highlights. The PowerShot G16 camera allows you to use this feature without a tripod and features four sub-modes in addition to Natural Art Standard, Art Vivid, Art Bold and Art Embossed which provide striking effects that add to the creativity of your compositions.