Friday, 30 June 2017

Learn High Dynamic Range Photography at UDEMY



Here's a link to my latest UDEMY class - Mastering High Dynamic Range Picture Making.


Icebergs off the coast of Amassalik, Greenland
 As the course name suggests this is all about the High Dynamic Range process and includes topics such as:
- How to create truly impressive HDR images from a single shot (JPG and RAW)
- The best HDR software to try, some free, some paid 
- Working with multiple RAW files
- Batch processing files to make HDR video

Old, fifties American car on blocks in a back street of Havana

- How to set up shooting exposure brackets for the HDR process
- Controlling the results - working with Tone Compression methods
Burj Khalifa 'glimpse', Dubai

PLUS: How to troubleshoot files when they don't come out quite as good as you'd hoped for. 
This includes videos on:
- Removing sensor spots (Photoshop and Photoshop Elements tutorials)
- Removing chromatic aberration
- Effective4 frame alignment techniques to get your hand-held shot to line up and produce sharper results
- Removing ugly haloes using a retouching brush and selected Blend Modes
- Getting started tutorials using Photomatix Pro and Aurora HDR Pro software plus many others

Three hours of video tutorials, 35 lectures/tutorials, no time limit, cost a mere $55 (or $20 when discounted). Check this link as my class is frequently discounted!



Mastering HDR Picture Making from Robin Nichols on Vimeo.

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