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FEATURED WEB TUTORIAL: HDR PHOTOGRAPHY
 

Creating an HDR Image using DynamicPhoto HDR

Published by:  Highton-Ridley.co.uk
Tutorial Preview:

This video tutorial demonstrates how to get the effects you've seen in the author's "Urban Ugliness series." If you haven't seen the series, he has included some of the images to the left of his video tutorial.

The tutorial demonstrates how the author uses the software program "DynamicPhoto HDR" to create an HDR (high dynamic range) image using one RAW file. Then how he then alters the output .jpg file in Adobe Photoshop to create his eye-popping black & white images.

Click through to review then scroll down page to view this screencast. The screencast might take up to 30 seconds to begin.

ADDITIONAL WEB TUTORIALS: HDR PHOTOGRAPHY
 
Using the "Merge to HDR" Feature in Photoshop by CambridgeinColour
High dynamic range (HDR) images enable photographers to record a greater range of tonal detail than a given camera could capture in a single
"High Speed HDR" and Tonemapping by Outback Photo
"Improving the dynamic range that our digital cameras can capture is for us somehow more important than getting higher resolution or megapixels.
HDR Tutorial Part 1 by Stuckincustoms
I am constantly evolving my techniques. HDR is still a young art form. I’ve been lucky enough to travel around the world and meet some of the
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