Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Finishing an image, part of HDR Photography: Shooting and Processing.
I want to continue with the image of the three boys that we worked on in the last movie.…I am just going to open up the version that we had saved.…This is the one where we've already done noise reduction and fixed the…chromatic aberrations.…So I am going to open it up again in Photoshop. You should have saved version of…this from last time.…If you're not familiar with what I just did there, the way the windows just…popped up, in Photoshop you can zoom in and out of an image with Command+Plus and…Command+Minus and if you hit Command+0 it blows the image up to fit as large as it can on screen.…
If you are using Windows you'll be using the Ctrl key instead of the Command key.…So a lot of times during these tutorials you are going to see this kind of thing…happening and I am just using Command+Plus, Command+Minus and Command+0.…I am going to hide Bridge just to keep things from getting confusing here.…So let's think about what else needs to be done with this image.…We've done a lot to it already.…
- Understanding how the image sensor detects shadows
- Capturing a broader dynamic range
- Knowing when to use HDR
- Finding good HDR subject matter
- Using gradient masks to improve dynamic range
- Merging in Photoshop and processing elsewhere
- Dealing with ghosting
- Reducing noise and correcting chromatic aberrations
- Handling HDR images that seem flat
- Combining HDR and LDR (low dynamic range)
- Selective editing with HDR Efex Pro
- Creating panoramic HDR images
- Creating an HDR time lapse
Skill Level Intermediate
2. What Is HDR?
3. Shooting and Organizing HDR
4. Expanding Dynamic Range Through Masking
5. Processing Multi-Shot HDR Images in Photoshop CS5
6. Additional Retouching and Finishing
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