How To Eliminate Ghosting in Photos Revealed: Releases New Video Tutorial

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The high dynamic range photography experts resource, has released a new video tutorial detailing step-by-step how to remove motion ghosting problems using post-processing software Photomatix.

Clean Ghosting From HDR Images - New Video Tutorial

Experts and beginners alike can benefit, our goal is a vibrant photographic community making better digital images....

Motion problems are one of the most common headaches for HDR photographers, but a new video guide at is great news for people looking to remove ghosting from their digital images in post-processing. The website has released a tutorial that teaches how to rid photos of spectral ghostly remnants quickly and easily using the software Photomatix Pro.

The lesson consists of three videos that take the viewer by the hand to show the step by step process they use to clean motion problems using the software.

The release is intended to further help grow the HDR photographic community and help new photographers start using the techniques professionals use with confidence.

"HDR is our passion, its a wonderful technique filled with incredibly talented artists. I'm incredibly excited every time someone new starts using these techniques and starts creating," said Kevin Pryce of

Ghosting is generally unwanted and a common occurrence when combining bracketed multiple exposure photos.

Scenes that include motion that may result in ghost problems include:

  • Sports photos that include a lot of action
  • Roadway scenes that include moving cars
  • Nature scenes that include running wildlife, moving branches, or leaves
  • Ocean scenes that include rough surf

Apple is currently working on technology for single exposure HDR but expert photographers often prefer the tools that allow them greater flexibility and range.

"In this guide we reveal how we use Photomatix to address motion problems and the viewer gets to see the precise settings we prefer," added Mr. Pryce.

As photographer Ewe Steinmueller says it is always best to avoid motion when taking your shots for high dynamic range, but sometimes that isn't possible. In cases where movements are distorting the intended effect, powerful processing software solutions like Photomatix by HDRSoft have been developed that can correct the issues.

One thing is certain, for those entering the world of high dynamic range photography, the release of new video tutorials provided by come as great news.

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.

To see the guide detailing how to correct ghosting problems, click here:

To find out about the exclusive 10 video HDR techniques mini-course, click here to visit the official website :

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