HDR (High Dynamic Range) Imaging - "The Natural Look"

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High Dynamic Range – what does that mean? Our eyes can see much more light in a scene than our cameras can capture. The purpose of HDR is to capture the extremes of light that your camera cannot capture in one image (for example, when there are very bright highlights and/or deep shadows where you wish to retain detail). Typical definitions consider it a process of capturing a high dynamic range of light and rendering it in a single image, which consists of putting it through a program that can “tone map” the image – I will be demonstrating with Photomatix, Nik HDR, and Aurora HDR.

People often think of HDR images as the highly processed “grunge” look. This seminar will show how to utilize HDR for creating a “natural” look in your final image (even on flowers) while accenting texture and details.

Length: Approx. 1-1/2 hours
Availability: Via Zoom