Then select set.The back of the camera should look like this now and if timer is selected the camera should take 3 shots one correctly exposed, the next under exposed, and the final one over exposed. I phone made this HDR Photography more easier by introducing these effects in their IOS 4.1 . To be honest I’m glad it happened because it gave me time to reavaluate my camera gear so I decided to sell all my lenses and upgrade to new ones.
The recent webinar sponsored by Topaz Labs and co-sponsored by HDRsoft, makers of Photomatix, went extremely well. As you might have guessed, the image above is Captain Kimo’s famous Jupiter Lighthouse Full Moon shot, and now it’s being printed on FanOculars! For my next two months in Thailand I’ve decided to get a Canon Rebel T3 to take all my HDR exposures. Hello Kim, sorry to ear about your camera, but like you said it’s maybe a good time to change your gear. Published by Gavin Seim on June 18, 2008 in Gavin Seim, HDR Photography and PPS Photography Tips. Tags: amazing, color, design, dynmaic, fashion, fasion, hdr, high, people, photography, portraits, range, technique, weddings.
HDR is the combining of light and dark tones of multiple images taken at varied exposure levels and then blended using software like Photomatix, Photoshop, or another HDR program. When you have a still subject its fairly easy to take a sequence of images at various exposure levels and get a great HDR. Set your camera to auto bracket mode at the fastest frame rate and try to maintain a fast shutter speed, so that when you hold the button down it will take three quick exposures and keep blur low (I use a cable release to avoid shake).
Once you get the hang of rapid HDR sequences, it often comes out just right and after being rendered everything lines up. I could write an entire article on the layer mask technique, but in essence you take your rendered HDR, along with the original images and load them as layers in Photoshop (use the Auto Align Layers feature). I have not tried the HDR photography yet but now getting interest to try my hand on this also.


I love to share useful information with the people and prove my level best to provide quality stuff on my website. When David Ballou, President of FanOculars, LLC, contacted me about putting my images on these cardboard binoculars I was skeptical. Yep, portraits, fashion and wedding images can be utterly amazing using High Dynamic Range. Programs like Photomatix allow you to do this, but it can also be done by working the shadows highlights and tones in Photoshop. Then you can add layer masks to hide parts of your rendered HDR (usually the top layer) and reveal the layers below as needed to show details you need.
Like that a image of someone standing in a beautiful field, with a stunning sunset behind them.
Once you get in the HDR groove you’ll take it in stride and grab them quickly and efficiently. Like the first image but the 2nd 2 look very CG with the amount of post processing you’ve put in. First of all HDR imaging is not to make a photo unnecessary colorful and unrealistic artistic image.
They sent me an email saying there was corrosion in the camera and the cost to fix it would be $800. Last time I used only the Canon S90, and it did a fantastic job but I want something a little more, but not as heavy as my full frame camera.
Often people use more to make an HDR, but three is usually all you’ll need and often all you can get due to movement. There’s no set rule to this, but if your really close or have a long lens, the slight movement of your subject will be exaggerated and cause them to be blurred even more.
After further experimenting and spending some time talking with Trey Ratcliff (somewhat of a legend in the HDR landscape world) I started using the layer and mask technique.
Don’t feel like you have to change your entire photographic personality to add HDR into your super kit.


This technique is used for controlling contrast and shadows of a picture and also changing colors of a image to make it more clear and beautiful. Use the link below to watch the video and get access to the original exposure to view and work with.
I was looking into the Sony NEX-5 but after processing a few HDR exposures from that camera I sold it and went with the Rebel instead. Basically this software blending allows the photographer to selectively choose how much light he wants in various parts of the image.
I set my camera to Aperture Priority, so all that changes is shutter speed and not my depth of field (important, since you’ll be combining these images later). It can also be used to mask out areas of a rendered image that have bad artifacts or noise. HDR takes some practice and planning, but if you learn how and where to use it the results will be astounding.
By using this technique anyone can take more than one picture with different exposure and can mix up these images for better look. Heres some of my secret sauce to get you started with HDR portraits and a few of my own images. It can take time to get all the edges blended smoothly, but it gets easier the more you do it. Check out programs like Photomatix or Hydra (Mac only) for the extensive edits, and basic tools like Lightroom Enfuse for quick HDR blending.
I hope you will like this collection and leave your comments at the end of this post and let us know about your feedback.



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