Join Jan Kabili for an in-depth discussion in this video Pro HDR iPhone app hack, part of Photo Tools Weekly (2015).
- Hi. This is Jan Kabili, and this is Photo Tools Weekly.…In this episode, we're going to talk about…one of my favorite iPhone apps, Pro HDR.…Pro HDR is a free iPhone app that was designed for shooting…multiple exposures of the same scene to be blended…into one HDR image, but I figured out a hack…that I think you're gonna like.…We're going to use Pro HDR for something…that it wasn't designed to do, to create a blended composite…of two different photos, not the same photo.…And these could be taken with your iPhone…even at different times or in different places.…
The only requirement is that the photos be the same size.…To start, I'll tap the Pro HDR icon on my iPhone.…In Pro HDR, you'll see whatever the lens is pointed at.…Mine happens to be pointed at my desktop, so it's black.…I'll tap the word Actions in the lower right corner of…the app, and from the menu, I'll choose HDR from Library.…Now we see a message that tells us to select…the first image, and it talks about finding a darker image,…but you can ignore these instructions.…
Skill Level Intermediate
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