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Digital Photography 1 on 1
By Mark Wallace
July 11, 2011
AdoramaTV Presents Digital Photography One on One. In this week's episode Mark answers a viewer's question regarding HDR photography, specifically, how to effectively create a basic high dynamic range image.
Watch as Mark walks through the basic steps of composing a HDR (High Dynamic Range) photo, from taking the shots to working in Photoshop. Learn how to get a wider range of light in your images by combining bracketed images.
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Reader Rating and Comments
I am very interested in HDR and this video is a good introduction
Nashua, NH on
April 24, 2013
Actually, I've stopped using Photomatix over the last year. There are several other tools that are better. I would suggest anyone interested in HDR work try HDR Efex as it has several advantages in both usability and image quality over Photomatix.
Chicago, IL & Cali, Colombia on
August 21, 2011
Photomatix is FAR MORE superior to Photoshop for HDR editing. And for most of the photographs, bracketing is just a waste of space on the memory card. Anyone with knowledge about CURVES, can easily generate 2 or 4 over/underexposed photos with little quality loss.
Leo Maak in
Atlanta, GA on
August 20, 2011
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