Miami, FL (PRWEB) March 11, 2013
Using exposure fusion with popular HDR software Photomatix is now easier than ever, with the precise methods HDRPhotographyPro.com uses revealed in a new tutorial just released. Viewers are exposed to their recommend methods for creating the best result and provided an in-depth look at using the tone-mapping software for a high dynamic range panorama project.
Photographers who want to exactly see how they use the powerful software and what other tools make up their professional workflow, can start the 10 video HDR mini-course here: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com
"Photomatix Pro is amazing. HDRSoft hit a home run with this powerful application and we've been using it to great effect in our professional projects for years," said Kevin Pryce of HDRPhotographyPro.com adding, "Now we are sharing the little known techniques we use that have contributed to our success."
In addition, the official website shares their recommended resources and provides hidden software license disocunts ( available here), exclusive to their visitors.
Students can expect to learn:
According to the site, similar complete video courses cost as much as $400, while HDRPhotographyPro.com is providing the Mini-Course at no cost, asking only that those who benefit pass on the resource to other photographers.
"I remember being overwhelmed, trying to figure out the right equipment to use and the right software settings to achieve the effects I wanted when first starting out, its incredibly helpful to be able to follow along as someone shares exactly how to accomplish pro techniques," said Mr. Pryce.
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To learn more and get started with the complete 10 video mini-course , click here: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com