Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with HDR images, part of Lightroom 5: 2 Optimizing Your Photos.
…In situations where the dynamic range of the senior photographing…exceeds the capabilities of your camera to record that range.…You can capture multiple exposures and then blend…them together into a single high dynamic range image.…While Lightroom enables you to apply tone…mapping to your high dynamic range creation.…You're not actually able to assemble the…individual frames into a single image utilizing Lightroom.…So instead, I'll utilize Photo Shop for that purpose.…I'll go ahead and click on the thumbnail for the…image in my HDR sequence, in order to select it.…
And then I'll hold the Shift key and click on the last image…in that sequence so that all three frames in my HDR sequence are selected.…I'll then go up to the menu bar…and choose Photo>Edit In>Merge to HDR Pro in Photoshop.…That will cause Photoshop to launch if it was not already running.…And all of the individual frames that I selected…for my HDR creation will be processed by Photoshop.…Once processing is complete the merge to HDR Pro dialog will…
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- Evaluating images
- Adjusting white balance
- Working with Clarity
- Fine-tuning with the Tone Curve
- Painting adjustments into an image
- Applying noise reduction
- Correcting perspective
- Converting to black and white
- Duplicating adjustments
- Stitching panoramas
Skill Level Beginner
Lightroom 5: 3 Basics of Image Sharingwith Tim Grey53m 36s Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Develop Module Basics
3. Advanced Develop Module Adjustments
4. Image Cleanup
5. Creative Adjustments
6. Duplicating Adjustments
7. Lightroom and Photoshop
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