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Mastering HDR Photography: Combining Technology and Artistry to Create High Dynamic Range Images

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2010

    Injecting excitement into Digital Photography...

    It was out of curiosity that I picked up this book, and I am glad I did.

    High Dynamic Range Photography is a very interesting approach that allows you to capture details in a scene that brings it much closer to what you perceived at the time.
    This "reality" now captured in multiple images can then be combined to create a single image that really "pops".

    In Mastering HDR Photography, the book teaches you how to prepare for, and capture these images in a easy to understand manner. The recommendations of different software options made it easy to pick a tool (software) for recombining the multiple images into the single HDR image.

    The results of my 1st HDR shoots turned out great, even though it was a low contrast/cloudy day. It brought out subtle details in the final image. ON bright days the images were "eye-popping".

    As stated in the book, HDR is not for all subjects, as trying to combine multiple exposures of moving objects renders them ghost-like when recombining to a single image. Unless of course you are going for that effect.

    Overall, this book introduces yet another way of creating images that stand out.

    Enjoy.

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