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In this tutorial, we will look at HDR photography. HDRI (High Dynamic Range Imaging) was originally used in 3D and is now in full force in photography.
This is the third post about High Dynamic Range -HDR- after 1. Dynamic range optimization : Showing how to maximize the dynamic range of your picture. and 2. Merge to HDR explained : Explaining how to use Adobe Photoshop CS2 merge to HDR feature. This tutorial explains, step by step, how to achieve HDR pictures using layers and layers mask in Adobe Photoshop. It is the method I use and prefer and Daniella did a amazing job writing down this tutorial.
0 (Intro) I originally wrote this tutorial for Photoshop CS3, in the years since then, Photoshop has gotten a couple of big upgrades in the HDR area, and we are now at Photoshop CS6. I have also learned a great deal more about the subject, so I decided it was time for an update. What is HDR and why do we need it? I n this tutorial we will take a look at HDR photography.
In this post Nathan Pask takes a look at a technique to get HDR Style Images Using Layers in Photoshop. There currently seems to be a lot of interest in HDR or similar processes. What is HDR? Essentially, it’s about collecting a series of shots taken on a tripod at different exposures and allowing über clever software to merge them together to make one supposedly perfectly exposed image.
By Joseph Eckert A few months ago, DPS published an article I wrote entitled “How to See in Black and White.” That article had a small bonus section at the end, in which I talked about how useful HDR can be to the monochrome photographer – a fact that is initially somewhat counterintuitive, since HDR is stereotypically held to be all about garish, over-done colors and excessive haloing.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Text And Photography By Rob Sheppard
On avait déjà vu comment réaliser des images HDR en utilisant Photoshop, sur un tutorial rédigé par Xavtek (Composer des images HDR.) . Pour rappel : Citation:
HDR(High Dynamic Range) imaging is the process of taking several exposures and merging them together into one image. First, take a shot with normal exposure, then another with under-exposure and then overexpose a shot to capture the detail from the shadow. Then, merge all the photos together to create your HDR image, you will now see all the highlights that make HDR so unique and beautiful. Download or Buy Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended » For the most part, to create decent HDR images, it takes a good photographer, and a little knowledge of photo editing software like Photoshop or Photomatix. There are a lot of different techniques and tutorials for creating HDR images and you will find the best of them below.
The most important is first step, it is a base of HDR Photoshop effect. Use command image > adjustment > shadow/highlight and set up values: shadows amount: 50%, tonal width 45%, radius 41 px; High-light amount 83%, tonal width 76%, radius 1120px; Duplicate layer "base" and set up its layer blending to Color Dodge . This blending gives picture strong colors and cause that light areas turn into pure white. In next step it will be repaired by another layer blending.
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welcome to the first of hopefully many tutorials on thinsite. i often get the same questions from different people so in the spirit of sharing i’m going to offer full disclosure on how some of the images on thinsite are created from beginning to end. bitchin’! capturing hdr shots technically, a tripod will make any hdr shot better, but i really hate using a tripod so i’ll often just machine gun it if there’s enough light to handhold three quick shots. in a situation like this there’s no way i could get away with handholding it so out came the tripod and remote. i set my bracket as wide as my camera will go and manually underexposed by a 1 1/3 stops cause in this shot there was only about a half hour left of light and wanted to capture the fact that it was sunset.
After posting Getting the Exposure Right , I received a quite a few questions about how I achieved the HDR (High Dynamic Range) version of the mailbox photo (last photo in that article). This tutorial will walk you through the basics of creating the same look by hand. All you need is camera and photo editing software that supports layer masking (you can follow these steps in Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, and The GIMP, among others). A little background: HDR is a type of image manipulation. The goal is to blend multiple exposures of the same scene into a single image in order to get a result that has more dynamic range than your camera is capable of recording. Typically this applies when you have uneven lighting in your scene as in the example photo.
Welcome to the International HDR Tutorial! تتكلم العربية؟ اضغط هنا! Mluvíte česky? Pokračujte zde! HDR Tutoriál v českém jazyce . Spreekt u Nederlands?
The software I use for all my HDR work is Photomatix Pro by HDRsoft .