Creating a surreal look with HDR and removing a ghost feature


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Creating a surreal look with HDR and removing a ghost feature

Photorealism isn't the only look that I can get in the Merge to HDR Pro dialog box. Alternatively, I can set these controls for the popular new surrealistic look that you see in a lot of HDR imaging. To do that I'm going to go back to the Preset menu and I am going to choose from one of these surrealistic choices here. I'll try Surrealistic high contrast, and that will change over the settings here on the right and change the look of the preview. As before, I can tweak the settings to taste, and so if I want a more hyperrealistic look to this image I'll usually go to the Detail slider and drag that all the way over to the right.

And then I'll go up to the Radius and Strength sliders, which I can use to add some glows around the edges of the image. I'll try dragging the Radius slider to the left a bit to control the size of the glows and I dragged the Strength slider to control the contrast of the glows. I'm also going to go to the Gamma slider and drag that to t...

Creating a surreal look with HDR and removing a ghost feature
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Creating a surreal look with HDR and removing a ghost feature provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS5 New Features

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