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Fixing HDR Ghosting with Photomatix Pro
It's a sunny, windy day. You're shooting architecture and using bracketing to ultimately capture an image that's exposed perfectly. But...
Get the Most Dynamic Range from a Single Raw File
Do you like dynamic range?  Let’s put it this way, are you a fan of the Shadows and Highlights sliders? ...
How to Use HDR for Nighttime Photography
Making pictures at nighttime can be challenging. Parts of a picture that are lit with street lamps or other lights...
HDR Hangout: Creating Natural Looking HDR Images
In this free webinar, you'll learn how to create HDR image that look natural and not over-processed. It's perfect for...
Create Great HDR Images without a Remote Trigger
One of the frustrations when combining multiple exposures into an HDR image is ghosting. This appears if the camera has...
HDR Hangout: Choosing Between Tone Mapping or Exposure Fusion
You gotta join us live for our next Google+ Hangout, totally free of charge. Not only will you learn terrific...
Five Ways to Get Better Results with Photomatix Pro
We recently held an HDR Hangout to help you get started. Our guest on the program was Blake Rudis of...
Getting Started with HDR Photography (Free Event 8/26)
Don't miss our next Google Hangout. The event is Wednesday, August 26, 2015. Its absolutely free to attend thanks to...
What Does HDR Photography Really Mean?
High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography has quickly grown into a popular form of photographic expression. It is both loved and...
Photomatix Pro Workflow Tips for Real Estate Interiors
Making photographs indoors during the full light of day can present a variety of exposure challenges to real estate photographers...
LIVE HDR Hangout with Photomatix Expert Ron Pepper
While many have heard of (or even tried) HDR, chances are we're not making the most of the process -...
Reducing Chromatic Aberration in HDR Photos
Whenever you have a high contrast area, it's easy to end up with chromatic aberration in a photo. This often...

Fixing HDR Ghosting with Photomatix Pro

It’s a sunny, windy day. You’re shooting architecture and using bracketing to ultimately capture an image that’s exposed perfectly. But you forget about the flag on the building, and how it’s waving in the wind. Putting your three or five

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How to Use HDR for Nighttime Photography

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

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HDR Hangout: Creating Natural Looking HDR Images

In this free webinar, you’ll learn how to create HDR image that look natural and not over-processed. It’s perfect for all photographers (even if you shoot only a single exposure). HDR Hangout: Creating Natural Looking HDR Images In this hangout

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Create Great HDR Images without a Remote Trigger

One of the frustrations when combining multiple exposures into an HDR image is ghosting. This appears if the camera has shifted even the slightest bit between images. HDR processing software like Lightroom or Photomatix Pro can do a pretty good job at aligning the images and removing ghosting, but it doesn’t always work. This is where the built-in timer comes in handy.

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What Does HDR Photography Really Mean?

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography has quickly grown into a popular form of photographic expression. It is both loved and loathed depending upon who you discuss the subject with. Many photography purists oppose the technique and declare it to be

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Reducing Chromatic Aberration in HDR Photos

Whenever you have a high contrast area, it’s easy to end up with chromatic aberration in a photo. This often results in a purple or green fringe along the edges of some objects in the photo. When merging HDR photos,

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HDR Hangout: Creating Natural Looking HDR Images

In this free webinar, you’ll learn how to create HDR image that look natural and not over-processed. It’s perfect for all photographers (even if you shoot only a single exposure). HDR Hangout: Creating Natural Looking HDR Images In this hangout

Read More

Create Great HDR Images without a Remote Trigger

One of the frustrations when combining multiple exposures into an HDR image is ghosting. This appears if the camera has shifted even the slightest bit between images. HDR processing software like Lightroom or Photomatix Pro can do a pretty good job at aligning the images and removing ghosting, but it doesn’t always work. This is where the built-in timer comes in handy.

Read More

What Does HDR Photography Really Mean?

High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography has quickly grown into a popular form of photographic expression. It is both loved and loathed depending upon who you discuss the subject with. Many photography purists oppose the technique and declare it to be

Read More

Reducing Chromatic Aberration in HDR Photos

Whenever you have a high contrast area, it’s easy to end up with chromatic aberration in a photo. This often results in a purple or green fringe along the edges of some objects in the photo. When merging HDR photos,

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Add Finishing Touches to HDR Photos

Once you “finish” a photo in Photomatix Pro, you aren’t really done. The software offers a collection of useful adjustment to refine contrast and control color balance to really achieve the best results. These adjustments are easy to use once

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A Black-and-White Workflow with HDR

Black and white photography is all about contrast. Working with HDR is a great way to create compelling photos. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create the most contrast in a photo. In this excerpt from my new

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