(High Dynamic Range) HDR photography consists of taking three photographs of the same subject, in three

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  • HDR (High Dynamic Range)

  • WHAT IS IT?

    ● HDR photography consists of taking three photographs of the same subject, in three different exposures (ex. -2, 0, +2)

    ● When merged together in Photoshop, the photograph will contain all the highlights from the overexposed photograph, but also all the shadows from the underexposed photograph

  • WHAT YOU NEED

    ● a camera with exposure bracketing (although possible to do without)

    ● a tripod

    ● photo editing software (Adobe Photoshop)

  • HOW TO DO IT

    1. Find a cool photo subject 2. Set camera to manual, or a semi-manual

    mode (excluding shutter priority, as you don’t want a change in depth of field)

    3. Zero the light meter, then turn on exposure bracketing, and burst mode

    4. Hold down shutter button (camera will take 3 pictures)

  • PUTTING IT TOGETHER

    ● look at your files in Adobe Bridge ● select the photos you want to merge

  • PUTTING IT TOGETHER

    ● merge together in Photoshop ● edit with tools provided ● remove ghosts if any movement

  • Example Exposure

    Bracketing

  • Example Exposure

    Bracketing

  • Different styles of editing an HDR photograph

  • Two Different Edits