The guides and instruction make taking high quality HDR imagery easy and fun for both beginner and more advanced...
Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
Photographers who would like to learn more about HDR techniques can now take advantage of a new information and video training resource just launced, HDRPhotographypro.com. Enthusiasts can take advantage of everything from software promo codes to free online tutorials designed to help people learn how to make high dynamic range photos.
Including video examples using the cutting edge HDR processing software Photomatix, HDRPhotographyPro.com provides step-by-step tutorials revealing professional secrets on subjects ranging from taking the shot to processing the images quickly and easily. An excellent entry point for both hobbyists and pros looking to hone their skills, to find out more: click here to learn more.
"High dynamic range techniques are revolutionizing what a person can do with a camera. The technical side can be intimidating for someone new to HDR, our goal is to bridge the gap and make getting started with HDR easy," said Kevin Pryce with the website. "Now anyone can make amazing digital photos, gorgeous imagery is no longer just for professionals."
Tutorials available on the website, teach how to:
- Use software for de-ghosting photos
- Bracketing & Exposure Values for best results
- Optimize workflows for processing and taking the shot
- Step-by-step tone mapping an image with Photomatix
HDR photography is a method for creating photographic images that combine multiple exposures to create stunning effects. Basically, the photographer takes multiple shots with a range of exposure values which are blended by software to create a finished image impossible to capture using a single shot.
Increasingly sophisticated digital cameras, photo editing with Adobe Photoshop, and powerful software for processing like Photomatix from HDRSoft are a potent mix in the hands of a modern photographer. In fact, many digital cameras include auto exposure bracketing that automatically take 3 or more photos at different exposure values.
"HDR brings out the richness of shadows, highlights, details and low light environments. In the hands of a pro, or talented amateur, the visuals captured are stunning. The goal of the website is to make it easy for anyone to get started." added Mr. Pryce.
Get step-by-step video tutorials, professional tips, guides, information and discounts on software and resources essential to a professional. From taking the shot to processing the image, join the community to learn how to avoid amateur mistakes and create amazing digital images like a pro.
Visit the official website to learn about the exclusive 10 video HDR techniques mini-course, click here now to find out more: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com