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Low Contrast HDRI

A Low Contrast HDRI (High Dynamic Range Image) is an image that captures a scene with minimal variation in luminance values between its brightest and darkest areas, resulting in reduced contrast. Such HDRI images are useful for achieving a softer, more evenly lit appearance in computer graphics and 3D rendering. They are often employed to create subtle, natural lighting conditions and reduce harsh shadows in virtual scenes.