Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Using presets, part of Getting Started with HDR.
One of the easiest ways to get started creating HDR images in Photoshop is to …take advantage of presets in HDR Pro. Here I've assembled three images using …HDR Pro, and I'd like to find the best way to convert those images. …The way that I find to be most pleasing for this particular scene. …You can see that the preset right now was just set to default, which basically …means very little adjustment is being applied at all. …We're just getting a fairly basic HDR conversion where we have a pretty good …amount of detail. Simply because we're blending a …relatively bright exposure with what you might think of as a normal exposure, and …a relatively dark exposure. And you can click on each of them in turn …to get a preview of what that preset will do to your image.…
So, here for example we see a little bit more contrast aversion of the photo. …I can take a look at one of the monochromatic versions of the image. …And in general, just explore a variety of different options for the photo. …And as you get more familiar with HDR Pro, and fine-tune the adjustments for a …
- 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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