I am pretty sure you have heard about HDR before. Just a quick few words about HDR to start with you with:
What really is HDR – High Dynamic Range? It’s a way to capture all the details in the image you take (including highlights and shadows that are usually clipped).
As in Photoshop CS4 so in Photoshop CS5 you can take a number of bracketed images and merge them together into an incredible composite with all the highlights and shadows. What makes HDR Pro so outstanding, is its superb controls and fantastic results! You can output HDR images as 32-Bit, 16-Bit or 8-Bit images. Just bear in mind that only 32-Bit image can store all the HDR image data.
You may have seen some of my tutorials on HDR. If you haven’t, here are the links for you:
Today, I want to talk to you about some photo organization techniques in Lightroom. I have found an interesting tutorial from Matt Kloskowski about HDR organization in Lightroom. Here’s the link for you:.