In this video, explore two different approaches to creating HDR images using Adobe Bridge.
- [Instructor] In this movie I want to look…at two different ways of creating an HDR image,…both of them initiated through Bridge.…In the first example, I am going to create a composition…from these three frames, normal exposure,…under exposure and over exposure.…I'll select all three, come to the tools menu,…Photoshop, merge to HDR Pro.…In the merge to HDR Pro dialog, I can create a 16…or eight bit image, and that gives me access…to all of these sliders as well as these presets.…
But I don't want to use those.…Instead I'm going to create a 32 bit image…and complete the toning in Adobe Camera Raw…where I'm much more comfortable with the sliders…and I feel it's much more flexible.…So I'll choose to tone in ACR and here I'm going…to make a few changes that are specific to this image.…I'll change the white balance.…I'll start out with an auto toning, increase the clarity,…dehaze, increase the vibrance, open up the shadows,…then come to my graduated filter, draw down…a graduated filter from the top.…
Let's just reset all of these sliders…
- Viewing metadata
- Stacking images
- Rating images
- Filtering and finding images
- Creating collections and Smart Collections
- Creating panoramas and HDR images
- Creating slideshows and contact sheets
- Batch renaming files
- Editing Camera Raw images via Bridge
- Using Develop presets
Skill Level Intermediate
Photoshop for Designers: Textureswith Nigel French1h 47m Intermediate
1. The Bridge Interface
3. Bridge and Camera Raw
Using Develop presets3m 48s
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