Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video Developing an HDR shot in Camera Raw, part of Photoshop: 2013 Creative Cloud Updates.
…Now, if you've been shooting photos and taking…them into Photoshop, for, any period of time.…You're probably ,aware ,that the program allows you to merge multiple exposures, of…the same scene ,into what's known as a high dynamic range, Or HDR shot.…And that experience, has gotten much better, now that…you can develop 32-bit per channel images, inside Adobe Camera.…And let me show you, what that…looks like, now you notice that, I have five bracketed exposures,…of the same, scene that I'm looking at here instead bridge.…
I'm going to go, ahead and select all of…them, by pressing ctrl-A or cmd-A on the Mac.…And you'll notice, that the first bracketed shot is under-exposed, and…the last one is over-exposed, which is going to work out brilliantly.…But, before we take these images into Photoshop,…we need to do a little, prep-work inside ,Camera Raw here in Bridge.…And so, to make that happen, go ahead and right-click inside…any one of the thumbnails and choose, open in Camera Raw.…Once, the camera raw, window comes up on screen, the first thing you want…
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- Upsampling intelligently with Preserve Details
- Working with the improved Liquify and Smart Sharpen filters
- Applying Camera Raw as a Smart Filter
- Automating level and perspective correction
- Creating vignettes with the Radial Filters tool
- Isolating and releasing layers
- Painting on 3D objects
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 01/16/2014. What changed?
A: When Creative Cloud applications are updated, we refresh our training to make sure it covers the latest features and interface changes from Adobe. This update covers Perspective Warp, linked Smart Objects, specialty photography updates for GoPro and HDR images, web asset production, independent round corners, and 3D imaging and printing enhancements.