Working with auto-bracketed photographs


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Working with auto-bracketed photographs

All right, now throughout the remainder of this chapter we are going to be taking a look at the most practical application of HDR, 32-bit HDR inside Photoshop, and that's the Merge to HDR function which allows you to merge multiple exposures of a scene into a single 32 Bit/Channel image at which point you can modify the exposure of the photograph in order to get just absolutely the perfect shot, at least that's the idea. And what we are going to do I am going to set things up in this exercise, we are going to see why HDR is so useful.

Then in the next exercise we'll go ahead and apply the Merge to HDR command. But here is the deal, I should say this by way of background here. HDR is very commonly used in the world of 3D graphics. It's also pretty common for video work and especially for 3D film work. But it's only just now sort of catching on in the world of still photography. So you have to consider to be -- right now you have to consider to be bleeding edge techn...

Working with auto-bracketed photographs
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Working with auto-bracketed photographs provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Channels & Masks: Advanced Techniques

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Design Photography
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