In this video tutorial, I will show you how to bring paintings in your images (on walls or the ceiling) back to life in Lightroom.
In this video tutorial, I’m going to show you how to apply noise stacking to your HDR workflow. This will enable you to shoot hand-held at high ISO settings and come away with clean images without applying a high dose of noise reduction in post-processing.
In this video tutorial, I’ll be showing you how to use the Adjustment Brush properly to make very precise selective adjustments in your images. You need to know how to use the tool’s settings to make the most of it. But with this knowledge, you can take your images to the next level.
In this video tutorial you will learn how to use Nik HDR Efex Pro’s control point feature most effectively to cover a irregularly shaped region of your image.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to piece together an impressive image in Aurora HDR without ever moving a single slider. You won’t need electricity, a remote location, chemicals or body parts to do this… but then again…… you just might… Mwahahahaha…
In this excerpt from my Ultimate HDR Master Class 2017, I am showing you a method that I call ‘double masking’ to blend two exposures manually.
In this excerpt from my Ultimate HDR Master Class 2017, I am showing you how to apply the right global adjustments and – more importantly – some clever local adjustments to bring all the glory back into your image.
In this video, you see the entire post-processing work from merging the source photos into HDR images, via the panorama stitching, all the way to the editing stage where I change quite a bit of the lighting in the original scene around to shape the image according to what I had in mind. All of this is shown as time-lapse, 5 x faster than real time.
This is an HDR panorama of the Church of the Redeemer in Toronto – created from 3 exposures series (3 shots each), merged, stitched and edited in Lightroom.
In this tutorial, we will take a look at the ‘Structure’ panel in Aurora HDR to see how you can control the overall HDR look of your images.