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Product Review: Casio Exilim EX-ZR10 Camera

Small and smart

ArticleProduct Reviews Gear Guides & Reviews - by Mason Resnick, March 22, 2011

The Casio EX-ZR10 is a small camera that’s packed with bells and whistles, but can it deliver the meat and potatoes—good quality regular photos?

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TAGS: Casio,  compact digital camera,  compact camera,  HDR,  high dynamic range,  HDRI 

Dynamic Range: Adorama TV

Digital Photography 1 on 1

ArticleAdorama TV Techniques and How-Tos - by Mark Wallace, November 29, 2010

This week Mark Wallace talks about dynamic range, a topic a lot of our viewers have asked about.

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TAGS: HDR,  high dynamic range,  HDRI 

2009 HDR All-Stars

These cameras lead the pack for High Dynamic Range Imaging

ArticleBuying Guides Gear Guides & Reviews - by Jack Howard, December 1, 2009

It’s true that you can make great High Dynamic Range Images with almost any camera with full manual controls, but a wide and fast bracket sequence makes it so much easier. These cameras are at the top of the heap for serious HDR photographers.

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TAGS: bracketing,  high ISO,  HDR,  high dynamic range,  bracket,  Jack Howard,  AEB,  HDRI,  Pentax K-7,  Sigma DP1,  Sigma DP2,  Pentax K-x,  Canon EOS 7D,  Nikon D3s,  Canon EOS 1D Mark IV,  Leica X1 

PhotoZAP 14: HDR Overload

Our critics praise and pan your pictures

ArticlePhotoZAP: We Critique Your Photos Techniques and How-Tos - by Adorama Learning Center Editors, November 18, 2009

“I feel like I’m looking at a psychodelic interpretation of this scene…it’s too much!”—Mason Resnick

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TAGS: photoshop,  HDR,  high dynamic range,  HDRI,  photoshop techniques,  PhotoZAP 

Tonemapping your 32-bit File

HDRI under the hood

ArticleDigital Darkroom, Post-Processing & Printing Techniques and How-Tos - by Jack Howard, January 9, 2009

True 32-bit High Dynamic Range Images have too much information to be accurately displayed on traditional computer monitors, so it is necessary to downsample or "develop" the 32-bit information into 8- or 16-bit space—just like a traditional digital photo.

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TAGS: photoshop,  tips,  HDR,  high dynamic range,  tonemapping 

Making a 32-bit High Dynamic Range Image

Demystifying HDRI

ArticleDigital Darkroom, Post-Processing & Printing Techniques and How-Tos - by Jack Howard, January 8, 2009

Each series of bracketed source images needs to be combined into a single 32-bit High Dynamic Range Image. This 32-bit image can contain much more information than any 8- or 16-bit file type.

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TAGS: photoshop,  tips,  HDR,  high dynamic range,  32-bit 

Lenses for HDR photography

Expand your range, both optically and otherwise

ArticleQuick Photography Tips Techniques and How-Tos - by Jack Howard, January 7, 2009

HDRI (High Dynamic Range Imaging) has become a much-discussed way to get the produce images with a range of tones and colors similar to what the human eye sees. Here are some basic HDRI techniques and advice.

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TAGS: photoshop,  tips,  HDR,  high dynamic range 

Bracketing a series of exposures for HDR photography

Photograph how the eye sees

ArticleComposition and Exposure Techniques and How-Tos - by Jack Howard, January 6, 2009

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HDRI (High Dynamic Range Imaging) has become a much-discussed way to get the produce images with a range of tones and colors similar to what the human eye sees.

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TAGS: photoshop,  tips,  HDR,  high dynamic range,  bracket 

Tripods are the HDRI Photographer's Friend

For better dynamic range, you need a steady friend

ArticleDigital Darkroom, Post-Processing & Printing Techniques and How-Tos - by Jack Howard, January 5, 2009

In the field, High Dynamic Range Photography begins with a series of images of the same scene captured at different exposures. A tripod helps to ensure that the multiple source images are aligned properly.

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TAGS: photoshop,  tips,  beginner,  adobe,  HDR,  high dynamic range 

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