Leading Photographer Reveals Pro Digital Image Bracketing Techniques for HDR at HDRPhotographyPro.com
HDR photo effects and techniques site, HDRPhotographyPro.com has announced the release of a new training detailing the techniques professional photographers use to bracket HDR images.
MIAMI, FLORIDA (PRWEB) October 04, 2013
Ever wondered how top photographers achieve stunning HDR effects in their images, merging multiple exposures to create their final product? A new tutorial just released by the team at HDRPhotographyPro.com reveals these exact techniques, and is set to delight amateurs, hobbyists, and professionals alike.
“High dynamic range techniques are not just for us ‘Photog’ nerds, creating the effects are well within the grasp of the average digital artist,” said Kevin Pryce, professional photographer and founder of the training website.
In a recent tutorial at: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com/bracketing-images-properly/ Mr. Pryce reveals that regardless of intended use, whether commercial, art, cityscape, landscapes, portrait or other image, image takers can use HDR techniques to improve their work with amazing effects.
In addition the website offers tutorials and guidance for photographers, including:
- The two steps for preparing a beautiful HDR shot every time
- How to identify the upper and lower exposure ranges and cleanly capture both
- How to bracket more than three shots
- How to best take advantage of auto-bracketing as well as how to use manual bracketing along with popular camera model trainings
- The best post-processing software to use to blend bracketed images together and the settings for best results
"These tricks are an excellent addition to any photographers toolbox, they will save time and create a better, more polished final image,” said Mr. Pryce adding, “The right know how can make it look easy.”
In addition to information regarding the best equipment, ranging from preferred tripods to lenses, visitors to the site can get detailed post-processing and editing software tutorials on popular programs in wide use such as Photomatix Pro and Adobe Photoshop.
“Digitally speaking, its an incredibly exciting time to be a photographer. The community is vibrant, creative and growing,” stated Mr. Pryce, adding, "Creating fantastical imagery, to capturing incredibly detailed reality, storytelling with photos has never had so many powerful tools available.”
In addition to the regularly released mini-trainings, people who would like to learn more about incorporating HDR techniques in their photography can sign up to receive a 10 video mini-course, by visiting here: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com.
Learn the latest techniques pros are using to create stunning digital photography using high dynamic range effects. Get step-by-step instruction, software discounts, and in-depth tutorials, and become a better photographer today.
For an over the shoulder look at how to organize and prepare an HDR projectu using Adobe Bridge, visit here: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com/using-adobe-bridge/
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/hdr/photography/prweb11137992.htm