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High Dynamic Range Tutorial

High Dynamic Range Tutorial
HDR Tutorial – How to Make Beautiful HDR Photos with Ease! Which HDR Software to use – Mac or Windows? The first thang you’re gonna need is some HDR Software. If you have a Mac, I strongly recommend Aurora HDR 2017 then follow the Free HDR Tutorial for Macs. If you use Windows, I recommend getting Photomatix Pro and use the coupon code “TREYRATCLIFF” to save 15%. If you’re using Photomatix, you can get a huge head start if you grab Trey’s Photomatix Presets. Once you have the software, I can show you how to use it to make beautiful photos. The Free HDR Tutorial for Windows I wrote this HDR photography tutorial over six years ago and I update it about every three months. Hundreds of thousands of people have used this tutorial to learn how to make beautiful HDR photos — I am sure it can teach you too! Who is the best audience for this HDR Photography tutorial? This tutorial is great for new photographers as well as intermediate to beyond. Interested in a Complete HDR Video Tutorial?

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Lighting 101 Welcome to Lighting 101. You may not realize it yet, but you have just stepped through a door that may change your photography forever. Over the past 10 years, over four million people from nearly every country in the world have begun their lighting education right here. About farbspiel photography - farbspiel photography Welcome to farbspiel photography: Home of the HDR Cookbook – Primary Resource for HDR Photographers About Me My name is Klaus Herrmann. I am a photographer, author, instructor and creator of the HDR Cookbook. On this website, you get access to my work and a variety of resources covering the photographic techniques I use. These techniques include HDR (High Dynamic Range) imaging, as well as panorama and vertorama photography.

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How to take better holiday photos Accepted photography wisdom tells us that we are likely to take our best landscape or cityscape shots within a few miles of where we live. It makes perfect sense of course because, if the weather is not perfect, you can revisit the site at another time of day or in a different season. But how many of us actually do that? I suspect there are a handful of dedicated photographers who will do just that but, for most of us, the pressures of our real lives just don't allow us the time.

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The Photography Tips that 96 Photographers Wish They Would Have Learned Sooner Two weeks ago (I know, I’m slow…) on the Improve Photography Facebook fan page, I asked our community what photography tips they wish they would have learned sooner. I was looking for lessons that many photographers procrastinate learning and it ends up keeping them back from progressing as photographers. Over 96 photographers commented on that facebook comment with their hard earned lessons, and I grabbed the most popular lessons from the group to share here. I hope that this article teaches you many ways to save yourself from making rookie mistakes (like I still seem to do every day!). Lesson #1: Envision, plan, and then create

Lightroom vs Photoshop Elements After my “Photoshop vs Photoshop Elements” article, many of our readers suggested a comparison between Photoshop Elements (PSE) and Lightroom would be more useful. I must admit, I found such requests to be a little strange, because I believe both of these programs to be very different. The difference lies in both targeted user base as well as complexity and overall functionality. The EDU Photography Content Collection Video: Exposure and MeteringTools & Techniques for Photographing the Passage of Time Photography is magical. You can use your camera to capture a fleeting moment and the passage of time in a single photograph. Video: Business PracticesStrictly Business 3: Reality: The New Negotiation Is Sales Blake Discher offers guidance on how not to waste time on folks who base decisions on price.

5 Creative Ways to Use Hard Light in Your Portrait Photography Hard Light Portrait - Jim Harmer I always teach my students that the light is the most important component of a good photo. This always begs the question, “What makes good lighting?” In the Moment: Michael Frye's Landscape Photography Blog - In the Moment: Michael Frye's Landscape Photography Blog Landscapes in Lightroom: The Essential Step-by-Step Guide PDF ebook with video tutorials 103 double-page spreads 14.95 for a limited time, after which it goes up to 27.00FAQ Here it is! The latest update to my ebook, Landscapes in Lightroom: The Essential Step-by-Step Guide, is now available. This new edition is revised and updated for Lightroom 6 and Lightroom CC, and includes two new examples and videos demonstrating how to use the most significant new features – the HDR Merge and the Panorama Merge. Of course this new version still has all the features that made the first edition so popular.

Dedicated Nature Photographer. I started to do photography in January 2000 as a new year resolution, because I needed an interest for my spare time other than lying on tropical beaches drinking beer which is what scuba diving instructors do. And I fell in love with my camera. I am now retired and I am able to do photography full time. Creating White Porcelain Skin in Lightroom Hi Gang: This is a technique I learned years ago from German Photoshop Guru Calvin Hollywood, and it’s a two-step process for changing your subject’s skin to a white porcelain look (you’ll see this look sometimes in high-end fashion photography). While I originally learned it in Photoshop, it works perfectly here in Lightroom, too! Above: Here’s our original image. STEP ONE: Go to the HSL / Color / B & W panel and in the HSL section, click on the Saturation tab up top, and drag the Orange slider all the way to the left to -100. STEP TWO: Now click on the Luminance tab and drag the Orange slider all the way to the right to +100 (as shown here) and the skin turns white (as seen here) to complete the effect.

How to achieve soft lighting for portrait photography Ahh... breathe in that fresh, soft lighting... When you start talking about teaching the fundamentals of anything, people tune out. I’m hoping I got you here with the whole FUNdamentals thing. Seriously, this post is gonna be a lot of fun (no, not really). Soft light vs.

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