High Dynamic Range Mini Course (HDR)
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This Mini-Course is FREE for members of our SJP Membership Program. Members also get access to Janice's Live Workshops, Q&A, Monthly Challenge and her best Photography Tutorials, Presets and Textures, plus exclusive access to her Photography Roadmap.
HDR (High DYNAMIC RANGE – MINI COURSE
In this course we will discuss 3 things :
Pre – Shoot | Live – Shoot | Post – Production
This course is part of a live workshop with SJP Members. We have pulled all the important parts of the workshop so you can learn how to photograph several images with various exposures and merge them into one complete file (photograph) so you can have detail in your shadows and you bright areas.
- You'll have 8 downloads of detailed information.
- PDF of details of the course with Bonus links to other tutorials.
- Course organizer PDF to help you stay focused and follow through with your tasks.
- General Information sheet giving you more information plus the link to join Janice's Private Facebook group.
Once completed, you will be able to photograph a beautiful image with a wide range of lights to darks.
In this live shoot, Janice will photograph several exposures and merge them together to make a high defined range of brights to darks in an image. She will demonstrate her post-processing workflow working with contrast, RAW file processing, Burn & Dodge, selective local contrast and sharpening techniques.
Topics we discuss in this Mini-Course:
Downloads to help you
Recap the Workshop
In this workshop, we will photograph several images to get all of the exposures needed to make a beautiful high dynamic ranges composition.
This is a Mini-Course which is a cropped version of our workshop, it also has added materials to help you with tools and information to successfully make High Dynamic Range image.
You'll have over 1 hour of straight to the point information so you can focus on HDR.
Course Materials Used
Equipment and accessories that will help you.
A lens of your choice
Cable Release or Timer on Camera
Software to Merge Images