Work with bracketed exposures (HDR) Photoshop CC


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Working with bracketed exposures (HDR)

I'm sure that many of us have found ourselves in the situation at one point in time where we want to photograph a scene, but the darkest values in this scene and the lightest values in this scene. There's such a difference between them that we can't capture them in a single exposure. The solution there is to capture bracketed exposures, and we can bracket those exposures maybe one stop apart. Until were able to capture that entire dynamic range. So in this situation I have three files.

And I want to take these three different exposures of the same scene and I want Photoshop to merge them together. Into a single HDR image or high dynamic range image. Every four I tell Photoshop to merge this two and HDR. I want to be sure that I remove any lens distortion so I am going to use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+R or Ctrl+R in Windows. And I'm going to select all three of my images by clicking Select All and then I'll move over to the Lens Correction panel.

And I...

Working with bracketed exposures (HDR)
Video duration: 6m 33s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Working with bracketed exposures (HDR) provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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