A first look at HDR Pro


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A first look at HDR Pro

When we last left off, we were working inside the HDR Pro utility, and the Method, you may notice, is set to Local Adaptation, which is very important. What I'd like you to do is go up to Preset option right here, and if you saved off my recommended presets from the earlier exercises, I recommend you drop down to this one: Neutral settings, just wipe out all the settings, so that we're starting fresh. Now that's going to result in a very drab looking image out here in the Preview area. Bear in mind that it's actually luminance-rich, because it really is a combination of every single one of these exposures working together.

So it may not look like much so far, but there is a ton of information inside of this composition already. You also have, down at the bottom of the window, this filmstrip, along with check boxes associated with each and every one of the images that you're merging. You can turn them on and off if you like. For example, I'll turn off this fourth guy...

A first look at HDR Pro
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A first look at HDR Pro provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Mastery

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Design Photography
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