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HDR Photography Tutorial

A professionally created, self-study video training course
Includes 3 hours of easy to follow HDR Photography video tutorials presented by an industry expert.
The training is delivered to your desktop allowing you to learn at a time that suits you and at your own pace.
You can start learning online right away. Sample HDR Photography tutorial videos by clicking a blue link below:
  • Tutor: Andy Anderson
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Video lessons: 30
  • Product code: 01663
  • In stock: YES
From camera to output, learn the process of shooting and processing HDR images with the help of this easy-to-follow HDR Photography tutorial.

Presented by expert tutor, photographer and digital guru Andy Anderson, he uses step-by-step video training movies to help explain and demonstrate High Dynamic Range techniques that will help you to capture an improved photography representation of the intensity levels found in scenes, and creating the most outstanding images.

Through over three hours of professionally created video training, the tuition includes HDR formats explained, lessons on making masks to control exposure, techniques for processing HDR images, learning about HDR with black and white images and so much more.

The complete training course contents are laid out below and you can start learning HDR right away, click any blue linked lesson to view FREE HDR Photography video tutorials and discover just how effective this teaching method is...
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We hope you enjoyed the free lessons. To view the complete contents, including all lessons below & above, please purchase the course via DVD or Download.
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Introduction To High Dynamic Range Photography
Introduction To HDR
HDR Explained
HDR And Bit Depth
HDR And Resolution

From Camera To Preprocessing
From Camera To Computer
From Card To Computer
Getting Your Images Organized
The Best HDR Image Format
Saving HDR Images For The Long Haul

Getting The Shot
HDR Formats
Shoot - Do Not Shoot
Having The Right Equipment
Moving Beyond The Camera Controls

Single Shot HDR
Extending Dynamic With Gradients
Making Masks To Control Exposure
Using Fill Light To Adjust Shadows
Making Three Images From A Single Raw Image

Processing High Dynamic Images
HDR In Adobe Merge To HDR Pro
Tone Mapping In Photomatrix
Tone Compressing In Photomatrix
Handling Missing Exposure Data
Exposure Fusion In Photomatrix
Using Merge To HDR Pro To Align Images
Removing Ghosts In Merge To HDR Pro
Best Practices for Removing Ghosts In Photomatrix

Putting On The Ritz
Handling Excessive Noise
Dealing With Chromatic Aberration
Bringing Pop To A Dull Image
Consolidating HDR With Other Images
HDR With Black And White Images
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Once purchased, you will receive 30 HDR Photography training videos (listed left), lasting a total of 3 hours and the working files.

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Need to Train Multiple Users?
This HDR Photography course is available in multi-user format ideal for corporate users, schools and universities.

The course loads directly onto your server and delivered to multiple users over your network.

An unlimited number of users can access the training with a pre-determined number viewing the tuition at any one time.

Training Multiple Users

Load onto your server
Deliver on your network or existing learning management system

For companies and educational establishments wanting multi user access to training resources, we offer this HDR Photography course to do just that.
Now you can integrate training or technical support within your own computer network, or allow employees or students to gain access to training and support from home or any other location that they can gain access to your organizations network.

The courses can be played over a LAN using a standard browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox.
The movies are viewed using Adobe Flash (same method as YouTube) and are slightly compressed in order to not clog the network.
All advanced and the "for dummies" courses are available via this multi user solution and can be copied directly to a hard disk for faster access and the access page may be customized, if needed, using a html editor.

More than one title can exist on your server and the supplied player will automatically show titles that are available.
Simply purchase more user licences (supplied as files) and drop them into the folder. This will automatically increase the number of users allowed onto the system. All purchases are backed up by excellent after-sales support team and easy to follow instruction manual.
You can order multi user online or speak to our knowledgeable sales team.
(Per 10 user concurrent licence)
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Prove Your Capabilities
Once a course is completed you can download a free certificate.

This certifies that you have started from the beginners level, have now viewed all instruction. The certificate advises you now possess essential skills and an in-depth knowledge of HDR Photography. Show your boss or potential employer!
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