Merging multiple images to HDR Pro


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Merging multiple images to HDR Pro

There been some dramatic improvements to high dynamic range or HDR image processing in Photoshop CS5. The HDR features in CS5, like those in CS4, automatically merge tonal values from multiple bracketed exposures of the same scene to give you a composite image as big as 32-bits. This allows you to capture a much wider range of tonal detail in a high contrast scene in your camera could record in a single photograph. The big improvements to this process in CS5 include a new Merge to HDR Pro dialog box that has intuitive controls that allow you to create either a photorealistic or a hyperrealistic HDR image.

Another big improvement is the addition of a Remove Ghosting command that eliminates one of the most common challenges of HDR imaging, the ghostlike effects that are cause by a subject moving in any HDR source photo. In this exercise, I'd like to merge these three bracketed exposures of a church so that I can get detail in the highlights and shadows and the midtones in one merged HDR...

Merging multiple images to HDR Pro
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Merging multiple images to HDR Pro provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS5 New Features

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Design Photography
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