Combining multiple exposures with the Blend If sliders


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Combining multiple exposures with the Blend If sliders

One of the nice things about shooting with the camera that can shoot camera raw files is that you have access to a lot more information than the file. Of course, you can create multiple exposures from the same raw file, doing one exposure for shadow detail and another exposure for highlight detail, and then you can combine them. But what if you're shooting with a point-and-shoot camera, or a camera that doesn't shoot camera raw? Well, you can still get the benefit of capturing additional information by combining that information to a single composite file. All you need to do is set your camera to bracket mode so it takes two or more exposures, at different settings to capture the amount of detail that you want to combine.

So, that's what I've got here. We've got two files here, one captured for shadow detail and another captured for highlight detail. Now what we want to do is combine the two and create a better composite, where you have detail in both the shadows and hi...

Combining multiple exposures with the Blend If sliders
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Combining multiple exposures with the Blend If sliders provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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