RECENT POSTS IN HDR Photography
Horseshoe Bend: RAW Processing and Adobe Photoshop Import – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
In this tutorial, we are back in Lightroom 4, where we will demonstrate how to RAW process our image of Horseshoe Bend, taken in Page, Arizona. In addition, we will export our images into Adobe Photoshop for the blending process.
Horseshoe Bend: HDR Processing in Photomatix Pro – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to HDR process this shot of Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona in Photomatix Pro.
Horseshoe Bend: RAW Preparation and HDR Export – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
In this article, we will explain how to prepare the 3 RAW files used to create the final HDR shot of Horseshoe Bend in Page, Arizona. In addition, we will discuss how to export these images into Photomatix from Lightroom 4.
Horseshoe Bend: How It Was Shot – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
We stopped in Page, Arizona to get some shots of Horseshoe Bend. In this article, we will discuss how we got this shot that will be eventually processed as an HDR image. In addition, we will go over the scene considerations of this shot.
Don’t Forget the Photographic Composition! – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
Oftentimes, people will shoot an average photograph, apply some HDR effect and then call it good. However, HDR effects should be used as a tool to enhance an already great photograph. In this article, we will discuss how to approach a scene and why HDR considerations come last when shooting.
2 Reasons Why You Need to Clean Your Camera Lenses and Sensors for HDR Photography – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
In this article, we will discuss the importance of cleaning your camera lenses and sensors when shooting HDR photography. Although it is important to have clean lenses and sensors whenever you are shooting, its is especially important in HDR photography since we need to stack multiple images to create the final HDR image.
Save Time by Dialing in Custom HDR Settings – From the HDR Photography Workshop Series
In this article, we will discuss when you should start saving HDR settings as a custom mode on your camera. Custom HDR settings can save you a lot of time because you do not need to dial in the same settings every time you want to take a picture. Instead, just switch to the custom mode on your camera and start shooting!
Using Adobe Bridge to re-process 2007 HDR Landscapes! – How We Shot It
Having been a digital photographer for a decade now, one of my favorite things to do is to re-open old images with the latest and greatest post-processing tools available today. Here is an example of an image from 2007, which means I first processed it in Adobe Bridge CS, or CS2, using the original 2003 “Process Version”. This version has been re-processed in Bridge CS6, using the 2012 Process Version and the SLR Lounge Preset System for Adobe Camera Raw. Enjoy!