Fritz Photography – Surreal HDR Processing Workflow

Sep 26, 12 Fritz Photography – Surreal HDR Processing Workflow

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A long time ago,  before I was a photographer,  I saw a photograph online that changed my perception on photography forever.  It was a photo of a small run down shack in the middle of the woods with the sun shining through the tree tops upon the forest floor. There was a lantern lit in the window of the shack illuminating the...

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HDR in Motion: Realistic HDR for Wildlife Photographers

Sep 19, 12 HDR in Motion: Realistic HDR for Wildlife Photographers

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Image 1 : Salt Water Crocodiles Sydney and Maximo   ~ A mating pair of captive saltwater crocodiles were photographed at 400 mm with tripod and cable release.  Sydney, the female in the foreground is much smaller than her mate due to sexual dimorphism. Under overcast skies with even reflectivity,  three RAW auto-bracketed...

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‘Temple at the Top’ – the workflow behind the image by Ben Fewtrell

Sep 13, 12 ‘Temple at the Top’ – the workflow behind the image by Ben Fewtrell

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STEP 1 – Capture your image Like every good HDR image, it all starts with a great capture. Most of my shots I use a tripod, it just makes it easier when I get back home and start processing images, I don’t have to think about whether or not to align my images… having a tripod also forces me to take my time, and as a...

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“Big Ben Bus Stop” HDR Workflow by Yhun Suarez

Sep 09, 12 “Big Ben Bus Stop” HDR Workflow by Yhun Suarez

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This image was taken during the 2nd week of the London Olympics 2012.  As I live in Derbyshire (which is over a hundred miles north from London), I rarely get a chance to visit this city. But whenever I do, I always try and make the most of my time taking as many photos as I can. Lucky for me the good weather was on my side and I...

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Moving Objects in HDR – Using A Single RAW

In order to capture the full range of light in any given scene we often have to use multiple exposures. The number of exposures needed varies greatly from scene to scene. Sometimes, however, we are forced into a situation where only one image is usable for the HDR process. Why use a single image? Often when light is sparse and we...

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Surreal HDR Workflow

This photo was taken during my short stay in Venice last summer. I spent three days there and it was enough time to realize how much the weather can change in that city. The days can start dark and cloudy, even with heavy rains and storms but finish with a beautiful sunset in the afternoon… and the other way around. So...

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