https://farbspiel-photo.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/HDR-using-only-Photoshop-layer-masks-featured-image.jpg 720 1280 farbspiel https://farbspiel-photo.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/farbspiel-logo-2016-header-white.png farbspiel2014-09-04 16:45:362018-05-23 09:17:44How to create HDR images using only Photoshop layer masks
Creating an HDR image is typically involved with a quite time-consuming workflow that consists of merging, tone-mapping and post-processing, possibly spanning several different software programs. But especially if you are creating a night HDR, there is a much simpler and quicker way of doing it, and your final image will also look more natural. In this excerpt from my video course Mask It Like a Pro! I will show you this technique that works by creating luminosity masks straight from the images themselves and using these masks to reveal only the well-exposed parts of your exposure series.
https://farbspiel-photo.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/frame-1024x5761.png 576 1024 farbspiel https://farbspiel-photo.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/farbspiel-logo-2016-header-white.png farbspiel2013-10-28 15:57:412018-05-23 09:17:49Hands-on Photo Tip: Creating Truly Realistic HDR Images with Adobe Camera Raw
In this Hands-on Photo Tip, I will show you a really cool way to create a realistic-looking HDR image with a completely non-destructive workflow. We're going to use a feature in Photoshop CS6 that allows you to merge your source photos and bring the resulting 32 bit HDR image into Adobe Camera Raw (or Lightroom) to tone map it.