(PRWEB) March 05, 2013
HDRPhotographyPro.com has released a new step-by-step guide detailing how they use Photoshop layer masks to achieve better digital (HDR) images. The video instruction is the latest in a 10 part processing secrets series available at the website.
To get started using these techniques and learn other secrets of high dynamic range, visitors can begin the 10 Video HDR Mini-Course available here: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com
In addition to the new Photoshop masking tutorial, the website offers visitors essential software discounts (click here), one-on-one coaching, photo shoot booking and a wealth of information about photographing in HDR.
"In experienced hands Photoshop is incredibly powerful," said Kevin Pryce of HDRPhotographyPro.com. "Multiple exposure photos provide opportunities using layering when editing that can really make a photo pop."
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According to Adobe masks and vectors are methods used tor combining multiple photos into a single image or for making local color and tonal corrections. Utilizing the range of exposures created in this particular process, according to Mr. Pryce, provides photographers unique opportunities to improve photos.
"We created a hard hitting, fast paced, HDR skills course that reveals the precise workflow, and resources we use for our professional projects. I'm confident, both amateurs and seasoned veterans will be able to benefit and improve their work," added Mr. Pryce.
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