Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
High dynamic range skills training resource HDRPhotographyPro.com, has announced the release of an online HDR how to guide which is available for free for visitors to website: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com
The guide is filled with detailed, yet easy-to-follow instructions for taking and creating beautiful HDR photographic effects, camera settings, and step-by-step guidance for using the leading photo editing software.
“The guide was created to answer questions photo artists have about using high dynamic range techniques in their images,” said Kevin Pryce, site founder.
HDR is the process of “stitching together” or “blending” multiple image exposures into one, combining the best light values to create the desired effect. The techniques are especially suited for low light night subject matter, revealing intricate details and for outdoor and landscape shots.
“Post-processing software, such as Photomatix Pro or Photoshop, provide modern digital artists with an incredible versatility,” said Pryce, adding “High dynamic range techniques broaden a photographers palette and provide powerful tools they can use to help tell the story of the images they create.”
According to the site, images with unusually bright areas or dark shadows are ideally suited for these techniques, as HDR provides the photographer a means of overcoming these challenging conditions.
In the new HDR how to guide, available at: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com, Pryce reveals step by step how any photographer no matter what their experience level can produce high-quality HDR images.
“We can help a photographer new to HDR techniques make getting started quick and easy. People can start adding these effects into their portfolio and add to their digital tool belt without hassle..”
Designed for both hobbyists and pros alike looking to learn HDR techniques who are and find out how to add hyper realistic high dynamic range effects into their photos.
Additionally, visitors can take advantage of a 10 video mini-course on HDR techniques, absolutely free, click here to join and become a better photographer today: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com.