Ring adds a high dynamic range (HDR) function to its cameras, but it will not be enabled by default. HDR helps to even out the bright and dark parts of an image to give a better and nicer exposure.
In conjunction with a security camera, it can help look better in dark corners and stop the images washed out by harsh sunlight.
HDR is already ready in some batteries with ring-driven camera. If it is not in your, you have to wait for a firmware update to hit. Ring HDR will be available in their wired cameras a little later.
Here's a look at a couple of pictures, one without HDR-enabled and one with the turned on. Hopefully the difference should be obvious.
So, now you have seen the difference as it does, here's how to turn it on:
Enter your ring app, select a battery-powered camera, click on the settings switch icon at the top right and select "video settings".
You will find a switch for HDR there.
And that's all there is.