Forget what you know & think about HDR photography. This workshop will show you how you can create realistic and beautiful high dynamic range imagery. We’ve all seen over-processed images that are just too saturated and unnatural looking, but perfectly balanced HDR is stunning. Found here: The HDR Photography Workshop
During the workshop, Pye from SLR Lounge takes you through the shooting and processing workflow of HDR images, helping you to artistically and skillfully increase the dynamic range in your photography. Forget what you currently know and think about HDR photography; the HDR Photography Workshop Collection has been designed to educate photographers on how to create beautiful and realistic high dynamic range photographs. Whether you’re a professional photographer or an avid enthusiast, this 13 hour workshop on DVD will guide you through every step of creating amazing HDR photographs from prep to post.
The HDR Workshop Collection includes 140 total videos organized into a simple and intuitive player. Not only will you learn the ins and outs of HDR photography techniques, you will have the opportunity to work through up to 25 full HDR images from start to finish.
- Gear Guide
- Optima Camera Settings
- Metering Modes
- Nailing and Locking Focus
- Exposure Bracketing
- Changing Bracketing Order
- Moving Objects and Ghosting
- Mirror Lockup
- Custom Camera Modes
- Importing and Exporting
- Layer Blending
- Single Shot Faux HDR Processing
- Nighttime HDR Photography
- Black & White HDR Photography
- RAW source files
The workshop is taught using Adobe Lightroom, Photoshop, and Photomatix, but the skills learned can be readily transferred to your software and workflow of choice.
“Learning how to process an HDR sequence is just as important a skill as learning how to correctly capture the source images.”
- 10 Hours of HD Video Instruction
- 25 RAW Exercise Files
- 3 Photomatix Presets Select SLR Lounge Lightroom Presets & Brushes
Found here: Comprehensive Guide to HDR Photography
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