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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Making The Most of Exposure Settings With HDR

Article by Chris Sutton How many of you forget about the exposure settings on your camera? Many a time I’ve forgotten to use this function when the lighting conditions were either too bright or just that little bit too dark. But have you ever used it to give you more exposures than just the 3 or 5 bracketed shots your camera...

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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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Beginner mistakes in HDR

Apr 02, 13 Beginner mistakes in HDR

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Article by Darin Rogers Five Mistakes I’ve Made When Jimmy asked if I would be willing to write a monthly tutorial for this site, I was initially a bit intimidated.  I’ve been dabbling in HDR off and on for a couple years now, and putting a lot more energy into it recently, but I certainly do not feel I’m an expert.  Of...

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5 ways to improve your blue hour photography

Article by Jimmy McIntyre I love shooting during blue hour. A scene at this wonderful time, as long as it is well lit, can create an intensely dynamic mood in your images. Even if sunset is a washout, you may still have a chance of capturing something special during blue hour. For example, I shot the HDR above in Valencia. It was a...

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