HDR toning


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HDR toning

In my mind, there are two approaches to producing a high dynamic range image. The first, is to create a result where the image looks like a normal photograph. But contains a much wider tonal range, than you could possibly capture in a single image. The other approach creates a hyper saturated and not exactly realistic interpetation of the scene. When you only have a single capture to work with, you aren't able to achieve a true expanded dynamic range in the image. But you can create an interesting creative effect, by applying the look of an HDR image.

In this lesson, I'll show you how it's done. The HDR toning feature in Photoshop will only work on a flattened image. So if you've already worked on your image, adding Adjustment Layers, for example, you'll need to choose Image > Duplicate from the menu in order to create a copy of the image. You'll want to turn on the Duplicate Merge layers only checkbox, and then click OK. This will give you a fla...

HDR toning
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HDR toning provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop Creative Effects Workshop

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