Tag: hdr tips

Having Fun In The Streets with HDR

It’s been a really busy, crazy week for me. I know, this should have been posted yesterday and I apologize. Finally I’ve managed to process some photos I took at Georgetown in DC during the Georgetown Merriment last weekend. It was fun but really hard to move around because of the cold weather, it was […]

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Part II – Testing Luminance HDR 2.0.1 – Free HDR Imaging Software.

Read Part I here: Ok, after using Luminance for a week I find it to be a great HDR tool, with it’s current feature set and capabilities, I can honestly tell that it’s tone mapping capabilities is better than the tone mapping capabilities of Adobe Photoshop CS5, and other free hdr softwares like Picturenaut and […]

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Best Subject for HDR Photography

Creating an HDR Photograph isn’t an exact science and for me there isn’t one best subject for HDR photography and finding a subject for any type of photography isn’t easy, same is true with HDR. Here are a few suggestions on what to keep an eye for: Tunnels with ample lights. Industrial Locations Cloud Formations […]

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HDR Wednesday : Software I Use for My HDR Work

Fall Foliage HDR. Last Wednesday I gave some tips on Camera Settings. Today, I’m going to tell you which software I use and which software I’ve tried so you can choose which one will suit your needs and your budget, but let me tell you right now, if you can afford Adobe Photoshop CS5 and […]

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HDR Wednesday’s : HDR Camera Settings and Fall Foliage HDR Images

3 exposure settings. -2,0,+2, Aperture set at f/9. Last Wednesday I gave a short introduction to HDR, today’s post is about Camera Settings, how to set your to capture HDR Photos.

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HDR Wednesday : HDR Primer

Sample HDR Photo of row boats. What is HDR? HDR or High Dynamic Range is a post processing technique that involves taking multiple photos of a scene using different exposures, darkest(under expose), normal exposure, and lightest(over expose) and later combining them together to achieve the so called high dynamic range which is not visible with […]

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