HDR Toning vs. Shadows/Highlights


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HDR Toning vs. Shadows/Highlights

Now, those of you who have been with me for the few 100 movies it's taken us to get to this point, you'll recall that this is not the first time I've showed you how to create a faux HDR effect inside of Photoshop. In fact, we spent a considerable amount of time in Chapter 17 of the Advanced portion of the series, as well as Chapter 30 in the Mastery portion here, discussing how to create, essentially, faux HDR high-luminance effects, using the Shadows/Highlights Filter. So I figured at least for the sake of comparison, especially since that filter is so much easier to use and doesn't require you to switch between color spaces and flatten off your entire composition and go searching through the History panel for a source state, because it's a more elegant process, how does Shadows/Highlights hold up against HDR Toning and vice-versa? So I've gone ahead and saved the results of the previous exercise as Toning curve adjustment.psd, found inside the 33_HDR_pro folder....

HDR Toning vs. Shadows/Highlights
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HDR Toning vs. Shadows/Highlights provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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