Digital photography as an art is on fire right now...
A number of amazing resources exist that have proven incredibly valuable for my work...
Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
Ever wonder what today’s leading HDR photographic artists use to produce their jaw-dropping digital images? Wonder no longer, as HDRPhotographyPro.com has published a list of the top 10 resources and software utilities they use and recommend to create the same eye-popping effects and professional polish for their clients.
Kevin Pryce, website founder and HDR photographer developed the high dynamic range training community to reveal the techniques other pros try to conceal, and compared the leading editing programs and online resources to create the 2013 list at: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com/resources/
Kevin Pryce, who counts the some of the world’s largest hotels / resorts, some of the world’s most luxurious nightclubs, and celebrities among his satisfied clients, reveals the webs top resources & trainings that include:
- AEB Specifications by Camera
- HDR Best Practices Article by Brian Matiash
- Bracketing Setting by Camera – Video Tutorials
- HDR Timelapse Post-Production Work-Flow by Patryk Kizny
- Tone Mapping Tutorial
“Create polished, professional digital photos with amazing effects and make it look easy. Creating complex images with pixel perfect precision is often a matter of having the proper software and tools to achieve it,” Pryce said. “Beginners and professionals alike, armed with these resources can become better photographers.”
Not only has HDRPhotographyPro.com revealed the 2013 best resources list at: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com/resources/ , the site has compiled and included special discount codes and coupons visitors can use to reduce the price of the paid tools included.
According to the site, it is all part of his mission to help less experienced photographers create sharper, pixel-level polished, ache-inducing beautiful images using techniques and resources other HDR pros keep to themselves.
In addition, visitors to the website can sign up for an HDR effects video mini-training that reveals 10 steps to taking better high dynamic range photos, available free as an introductory special offer.
Become a better photographer. Learn HDR tricks and techniques to achieve the effects pros are use to create stunning images in less time. Learn how to make it look easy at: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com