Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Reviewing and organizing HDR images, part of Getting Started with HDR.
High dynamic range imaging is obviously a specialized form of photography, and it …requires some special attention to detail in terms of reviewing and organizing your images. …Obviously much of the work of high dynamic range imaging takes place with …the original captures, making sure that you're capturing the full range of tonal …values within the scene. When you get the images into the …computer, you can then review those photos to make sure that you've achieved …a good starting point for your final HDR image. …That includes the nromal things that you would consider, such as making sure the …image is in focus, but also making sure that there's no movement within the frame …or that that movement is minimized. In other words, if you had two sets of …HDR images of the same subject, choosing the set that had the least amount of movement.…
You can evaluate the overall exposure. So here is a very bright image. …Obviously looking at the histogram we can see there is some clipping. …But this is the brightest frame of my overall HDR sequence. …
- 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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