Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Assembling from Lightroom, part of Learning HDR (2012).
If you're using Lightroom to manage your digital photos, and Photoshop to assemble …your high dynamic range images. You can actually use both of them …together to make your workflow more efficient. …Here, I have several photos of a horse at sunrise on the beach. …And I'd like to assemble them into a single high dynamic range image. …So, I'll go ahead and click on the first image on the Filmstrip. …And then I'll hold the Shift key while clicking on the last image in the …sequence on the Filmstrip. And that will cause all of those photos …to be adjusted. I could obviously apply some basic …adjustments to all three images if I wanted to with the develop module.…
But in this case I think I'll just process the images as they are. …So, now I can go to the menu and choose Photo > Edit in, followed by Merge to HDR …Pro in Photoshop. When I choose this command, Lightroom …will process each of these images, and then send them to Photoshop. …Photoshop will launch if it wasn't already running. …And it will then process each of the images and assemble them into the initial …
- Capturing, reviewing, and organizing HDR images
- Maximizing detail in a single image
- Simple single-image HDR
- Assembling from Bridge or Lightroom
- Choosing a conversion mode
- Using presets
- HDR Pro adjustment options
- Using Nik HDR Efex Pro
- Using Photomatix
Skill Level Beginner
1. HDR Basics
2. HDR Pro Adjustment Options
3. Using Nik HDR Efex Pro
4. Using Photomatix
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