Adjusting the HDR preview


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Adjusting the HDR preview

All right, let's take a look at how we change the preview of our 32 Bit HDR file that we created from three auto-bracketed exposures using the Merge to HDR function here inside Photoshop CS3. But before we do I should go ahead and save off this file so that you can open it up if you need to, if something went wrong on your end. So let's save it. You might want to save it along with me if everything went right on your end. Go up to the File menu and choose the Save command, I bet you knew that part.

But here is the interesting news which is the file formats that are available to you. Typically you are going to work with one of two file formate where HDR images are concerned. You can use TIFF if you want to so I guess one of three formate. But most likely you are going to use a native PSD format especially if the image has layers. If you have a 32 Bits/HDR file that has layers associated with it or Alpha Channels that kind of thing, then you are probably going to go with the Photo...

Adjusting the HDR preview
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Adjusting the HDR preview provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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