HDR shooting and processing


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HDR shooting and processing

When people talk about HDR photography, they're usually referring to a process wherein you shoot multiple frames in a particular way and then merge them together using special HD or processing software. Learning that process is going to be the bulk of this course. Here is how it works. You find a scene that you like that has more dynamic range than your camera can capture. You frame your shot and you take a picture according to your camera's normal metering. This picture is probably going to have overexposed highlights and possibly shadows that are too dark. Next, you take a second picture with the exact same framing, but this time underexposed, usually by a full stop. This underexposed frame will probably bring those overexposed highlights back into the range of your camera. those areas will now have detail in them. Finally, you take a third frame, this one overexposed usually by one stop. This image will have wildly overexposed highlights, but all of its shadow ...

HDR shooting and processing
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HDR shooting and processing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ben Long as part of the Shooting and Processing High Dynamic Range Photographs (HDR)

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