High Dynamic Range (HDR) Video Tutorial

Captain Kimo is still in the process of making his high dynamic range (HDR) video tutorial…  yeah I know I’ve been saying this for the past year now, but making a tutorial is so freaking boring. I’d rather be out shooting and processing HDR images. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy teaching and sharing my knowledge but the process of making tutorials can be some what tedious, to say the least.

High Dynamic Range HDR Video TutorialHowever for those who can’t wait for my video, Trey Ratcliff from Stuck in Customs has an HDR DVD video tutorial chock full of information with everything you need to learn about high dynamic range photography. If you’re looking for a full HDR training course this is it! What better to learn from than a DVD video from the comfort of your own home.

For newbies who want a FREE
HDR How to Guide, click here to get started.

Below is a sneak peak of the HDR training video.

Why do I recommend Trey’s HDR Workshop DVD?

  • He’s only the most popular HDR photographer on the internet.
  • He has years of experience shooting HDR photos, much longer than the Captain himself.
  • He’s published a book on HDR, which has sold out numerous times on Amazon.
  • He’s given a presentation to Google employees.
  • He’s had one of his images displayed in The Smithsonian.

Seriously the Smithsonian… need I say more? Alright if that don’t convince you than maybe some of his HDR photos will.

8 thoughts on “High Dynamic Range (HDR) Video Tutorial

  1. jaime

    I am curious- I’m trying to get back into photography, but haven’t done any “Real” photography since before digital cameras became more affordable. What sort of camera do I need to purchase in order to create HDR images?

    I have a friend offering to sell me his old camera, but I don’t know if it’s a good deal, or if I’d be better off buying something brand new.

    Thanks for any info you can give-

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    1. Captain Kimo Post author

      It really all depends on the camera and the price. If you can tell me, I’ld be more than happy to let you know my opinion :)

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  2. Captain Kimo Post author

    Here’s a link that might help you decide:
    http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d80.htm

    If it was me I wouldn’t buy it. Mainly because it is used and it’s an older model. I’ve gone that route before and both cameras I got lasted a year before they broke.

    If I was gonna spend $500 on an older model camera I would get the D200. It’s a much better camera.

    If you can spend a little more and aren’t particular with camera models I recommend checking out the Canon T1i. My friend has this camera, and I played around with it, and I was impressed! I’m even thinking about getting this as my secondary all purpose camera. They do have a newer model of this camera; the T2i, which is more expensive, of course you’ll be getting more features for the price.

    Well I hope this was helpful.

    Regards,

    Kimo

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  3. Greg Carlton

    Want to purchase The new Nikon D7000 coming out this Oct and want to use it for quality HDR photo’s. What your thoughts?
    Thanks, Greg

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  4. Lori

    I have a older Pentax istD will this work for HDR? One of my uses would be for making outstanding pic’s of properties for my real estate business and the rest for doing landscapes.

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    1. Captain Kimo Post author

      You can do HDR with any digital camera that will allow you to adjust the exposure. Preferably a camera that will do this automatically which is called AEB. Hope this helps, Regards, Kimo

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