HDR (High Dynamic Range) Tutorials

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  1. Raptor's Avatar

    Raptor said:

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    I see this is currently a popular topic so here is a list of tutorials etc that may be helpful.

    I will leave as a sticky so easy to access. if you have more - feel free to add.

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    dpSparhawk said:

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    Fantastic Raptor... thank you
     
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    BertRoot said:

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    Grand. Nice one.

     
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    marksup said:

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    Nice one Raptor I was just gonna post a question about HDR when I noticed your sticky.
    thanks
     
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    peterc4 said:

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    nice one raP
     
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    russbeer said:

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    so am i right in thinking you need to take about 5 shots of the same thing to do a HDR image?
     
  7. DB's Avatar

    DB said:

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    No mate you can do it with one shot.

    This is how i do it using photoshop CS3.

    Take your chosen shot and save it as shot0, then goto image/adjustments/exposure and set exposure to 2.00, save as shot+2, then again goto images/adjustments/exposure and change it to -4. save as shot-2. so you end up with 3 shots with exposures of -2, 0, +2. These images will be used via photomatix for your HDR shot.
     
  8. russbeer's Avatar

    russbeer said:

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    photomatix? Is that an add on for cs3?
     
  9. DB's Avatar

    DB said:

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    No mate its a free standalone HDR package, very easy to use.

    pm me your email addy mate, i'll send it over, its only 5mb
     
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    ekkl said:

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    DB, any chance you could send it to me?

    Thanks.
     
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    B B Leo said:

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    better late than never
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  12. Raptor's Avatar

    Raptor said:

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    photomatix pro 3.13 is on newsgroups