Using temperature changes to add drama to your HDRs

May 25, 13 Using temperature changes to add drama to your HDRs

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Article Written by Jim Nix I have a confession to make – I love the color blue.  I was somewhat aware of that in the past, but as I have gotten further and further into my photography, I find myself looking for blue in various scenes.  I love shooting anything that has to do with water – it’s often blue.  I love a...

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Learning HDR by analyzing bad HDR

In terms of HDR, we all start on a weak footing, even if we are not aware of it. HDR is not a simple technique, not if you’re looking to create good quality, clean images. The process is undoubtedly a long one to master to any degree. Some people pick it up relatively quickly, while others never seem to progress, which can be...

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7 Tips for better HDR photos

Article by Ben Fewtrell 1. Shoot with HDR in mind. Whilst I am a HUGE fan of HDR, there is a time and a place for it. There are certain times of day and some subjects that just don’t work that well in HDR. I usually look at a scene and make a decision as I stand there, usually based on the contrast between light and dark and make...

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My Battle with HDR

Article by Blake Rudis I used to be an avid believer that an HDR image was not an HDR image unless it was multiple exposures with least+/-2EVs and processed extensively.  It really frustrated me when I saw someone say, “My Single Exposure HDR…”  I was pretty young in my HDR career but it was around the time I started...

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Discussion about the use of HDR Photography

Apr 07, 13 Discussion about the use of HDR Photography

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Article by Andrew Steel This is a bit of a ramble and some follow up thoughts from last month’s input to HDR One. http://www.hdrone.com/2013/02/advanced-32-bit-hdr-tutorial-return-to-the-hammer-house/ I love what HDR can do and have been using this technique for the last 5 years on and off. For the first 4 years I kind of had this...

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The Best HDR is the One You Are Creating NOW

Apr 04, 13 The Best HDR is the One You Are Creating NOW

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Article Written by Jim Nix I’ll admit it – I am not always confident that what I produce and share is “my best”.  In fact, I know it isn’t.  In other words, I have self doubts about my shots at times.  I frequently second-guess some of my choices in post-processing, wondering if maybe it will get a more favorable...

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