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Want to make great HDR photos? Start off with a chance to do it for free thanks to HDRsoft! This contest is to celebrate the new year, photography, HDR and more – all thanks to our partner HDRsoft, the makers of Photomatix Pro. If you don’t already user Photomatix Pro, be sure to try out the demo and […]

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Making pictures at nighttime can be challenging. Parts of a picture that are lit with street lamps or other lights are very bright compared to the darkness of the sky or the shadows under trees and porches. This scene is described as having a high dynamic range—the difference between light and shadow is very great. […]

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Don’t miss our next Google Hangout. The event is Wednesday, August 26, 2015.  It’s absolutely free to attend thanks to HDRSoft. It starts at 1PM Eastern/10 AM Pacific.  You’ve probably heard about HDR photography…  but do you really understand how to shoot it properly?  In this informative and free event, top experts will share with you strategies on […]

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Did you know that HDR software can be used to enhance the dynamic range of a single exposure as well?  By accessing all the data in a raw file, a technically improved photo can be extracted from the source. In this excerpt from my new lynda.com class Up and Running with Photomatix Pro, you’ll learn how […]

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I’ve put together a complete lesson on creating High Dynamic Range panoramic photos.  This video tutorial walks you through a few different tools to try out. I’ll show you how to: Organize multiple HDR photos Use Photoshop’s built-in toolset Use Adobe Camera Raw to pre-process raw files before the merge Align images and reduce noise […]

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When working with HDR software tools, there are many options. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with sliders and presets. There’s a critical choice that needs to be made first. How do you want to merge the multiple exposures together? There are generally three options to choose from. Let’s explore the benefits of each. Fuse Exposures […]

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