The Secret To Shooting Natural-Looking HDR Photos Using 32-Bit HDR

Take & Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey: Adorama Photography TV

High Dynamic Range photography has a bad rap, mostly because first-time HDR shooters go "over the top" with this useful photographic tool. Here's how to do it right.


Join Gavin Hoey in this exclusive AdoramaTV video as he visits the Gatwick Aviation Museum to take photo-realistic HDR images. Gavin compares in-camera HDR to HDR images created in Adobe Photoshop using the 32-bit HDR technique. There are many ways to edit your HDR photos and in the second part of the video, Gavin shows you how you to make the ultimate photo real HDR using Photoshop CS6 and Adobe Camera RAW.

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