We ask only that students who benefit from the techniques we share spread the word...
Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Expert photographic artists and those new to high dynamic range imagery can rejoice as HDRPhotographyPro.com has announced the release of a complete 10 video mini-tutorial to their visitors. The lessons are being made available for free via their website to help grow the community of hobbyists and pros using HDR techniques in their photos.
Visitors can sign-up for the HD videos online and can follow along with a panorama project. Workflow, process and processing settings and adjustments are revealed as the videos progress taking the student through organization to more advanced concepts.
While similar courses are sold for as much as $400, HDRPhotographyPro.com wants to help as many people as possible to grow the community, and is providing the course at no cost, asking only that those who benefit recommend the resource to others who could benefit.
"We reveal a number of tips and tricks that we use on our professional projects. We've made the lessons free of fluff, a direct and to the point gut punch of exactly what we do to create stunning digital HDR imagery," stated Kevin Pryce with the site.
Viewers can expect to learn from the series:
- Seamless image stitching techniques
- Blemish fixes
- Photomatix Pro settings
- Exposure plane retouching with Photoshop
- Much more...
"This type of photography is so visually impactful, providing high quality training on the proper use of these techniques encourages the art and brings further exposure to the technique," said Mr. Pryce.
The course reveals a number of software solutions for tough problems including tone mapping using Photomatix by HDRSoft, editing techniques with Adobe Photoshop, and panoramic image stitching using PTGui.
Asking only to pass the quality content to other interested photographers, the 10 video mini-course is sure to excite photographers interested in HDR techniques across the globe.
Unlock the professional secrets of creating pixel-perfect high contrast, high dynamic range (HDR) digital images. Learn the latest information, tips and tricks to start creating stunning photos today.
To start making the best digital photos and get started with the 10 video mini-course , click here to join: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com