For next week’s photo challenge you will create two HDR images, consisting of at least three images for each HDRimages.
For each image you will take at least three photos, but five looks much more like the photo above.
- One image at normal exposure
- One image with the exposure upped to +1
- One image with the exposure upped to +2
- One image with the exposure reduced to -1
- One image with the exposure reduced to -2
Once you are in Adobe Bridge, select all five images, then go up to Tools, then HDR toning.
You can also use Photomatix Essentials, download the thirty day trial, here.
Tweak the settings until you get an image that looks like the above image.
TIP. For modes, take one image and create four copies, adjust each copy to the settings above. This is cheating, in a way, but imagine trying to keep your eye open for all five shots and have them look the same.
TIP: HDR images work best with architecture, wide shots of landscapes, etc.
TWO PHOTOS ARE DUE ON OR BEFORE APRIL 22nd 2016.
REQUIRED RESPONSE: RESPOND TO THIS POST WITH TWO IDEA FOR THIS PHOTO CHALLENGE. Write in complete sentences, write as many details as possible.
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