(PRWEB UK) 20 September 2013
Bracketing HDR images like a pro is now easier than many would think with HDR Photography Pro’s latest free advice and tutorials. Expert photographer and website founder, Kevin Pryce said that: “High Dynamic Range photography has certainly caught fire with photographers. With our latest and most recent advice, we hope to demonstrate that HDR is not just for the photography nerds but can also be achieved with great results by the average consumer and prosumer, so they can bracket their images just as the professionals do.”
HDR is the process of taking multiple images with varying range of exposures that are then layered over one another in order to form a highly detailed and rich image that is often strikingly beautiful. Central to this technique is bracketing, which is one of the fundamental aspects of successful HDR photography. As Kevin Pryce said: “By using HDR techniques such as bracketing, amateurs and professionals alike can deliver images with stunningly vivid details that are normally only seen in real-life situations. Images that once appeared flat, lifeless and washed will appear spectacular and full of detail.”
In HDR Photography Pro’s latest set of advice on bracketing, Kevin Pryce said that: “Using a tripod is the first step to bracketing images and reducing blur. HDR images work best on static subjects, as movement can result in ghosting or blurred motion.” He added that: “There are many methods to determining the dynamic range of a scene. What is appropriate in one scenario may be completely inappropriate in another scenario.”
So far, Kevin Pryce has helped and adapted one of the leading panoramic solutions for high dynamic range and helped thousands achieve HDR results, including hobbyists to serious photographers looking to build a better reputation and offer expanded services to clients.
About HDR Photography Pro:
HDR Photography Pro is a video tutorials website created by photographer, Kevin Pryce in order to share his expertise in creating stunning images using a photographic processing technique called High Dynamic Range. Anyone can register free of charge to learn industry leading methods of creating professional quality, beautiful and vivid images. Those interested in learning more should visit hdrphotographypro.com.