It’s Day 3 of Two Worlds in HDR . . . leading up to International HDR Day on June 26th. Click here for more information (where to post images, abaout prizes, etc.) on International HDR Day.
Trey Ratcliff’s tip for today’s image: Portofino – Subtle movement between frames can be mitigated with some advanced techniques.
Rick Sammon’s tip for today’s image: Think and shooter wide – you can capture a wide dynamic range with HDR. Personally, I’ve found that I am shooting wider than ever, thanks to HDR.
If you are just getting into HDR imaging, or want some ideas, check out our HDR books:
A World in HDR – by Trey
HDR Photography Secrets – by Rick
Here’s a quick video I did on HDR imaging. Enjoy!
If you are totally new to HDR, you’ll need an HDR program to process your images, such as Photomatix.
You can get a 15% discount when purchasing Photomatix, make sure to use this code upon checkout: “DigitalPhotoExperience”.
Topaz Adjust can also help in expanding the dynamic range of an image, although it’s not a true HDR program. You can order Topaz adjust here. (Make sure to use the discount code “juanpons” for an extra 15% off).
Good luck to you all!
Explore the light,