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Single Shot HDR | Getting the Most Out Of Your Camera
Find out how to get the most out of your camera’s dynamic range in just a single shot.
Focus Stacking and Blending in Adobe Bridge and Photoshop: A How To Guide
In this video tutorial, we’re going to give a quick tutorial on how to use Photoshop’s Auto-Align and Auto-Blend features.
In-Camera Settings for RAW Outdoor Photography – Picture Styles & Picture Controls
Nature and Landscape photographers who always shoot RAW might never think about changing their in-camera picture style / picture control…
Which DSLR Has The Best Built-In HDR Mode? – Q&A
Question Since HDR Photography has become so popular over the last few years, a lot of cameras are coming out…
How To Preserve A Saturated Sunset In Your HDR Images – Weekly Edit Season 2 Episode 5
There are many different ways to edit a landscape image with a lot of dynamic range, but the main concerns…
The 2012 Venus Transit HDR – How We Shot It
About a year ago, the planet Venus passed directly between the Earth and the Sun, an event which will not happen again until the year 2117. (Hopefully by then, we’ll be referring to it as “stardate 2-1-1-7” right?)
Horseshoe Bend: Final Image Processing in Lightroom 4 – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
In this last tutorial, we will demonstrate how to apply the finishing touches to create the final HDR image of Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona. In addition, we will go over how to create a black and white version of this shot.
Horseshoe Bend: Adobe Photoshop Layer Blending – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to blend 2 images with the Layer Mask and the Graduated Brush Tool in Adobe Photoshop. In addition, we will use the Spot Healing Brush to edit out any specks in this shot of Horseshoe Bend.