“Learn Captain Kimo’s techniques for creating stunning HDR portraits.”
During my two month trip in Thailand I got the opportunity to photograph the locals and their culture. Using these photos I was able to produce very cool HDR portraits. The best part… these images were all from a single exposure RAW file! Many of my readers expressed interest in this new processing technique, so here it is!
This 70 page e-book will reveal all of the steps needed to create amazing HDR portraits form a single exposure. Included with this HDR Portrait E-book is a Photoshop Action to help simply the process. All you need to do is adjust the settings to your liking.
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Includes Everything Listed Below…
- Captain Kimo’s HDR Portrait E-book
E-book with 70 Pages, Action Guide and Three Tutorials
- Photoshop HDR Portrait Action
Action for Simplifying the Photoshop Steps
- Photo-Stylize Tutorial
Tutorial for Creating Stylized Photos – View Before & After
- Photo-Illustrative Tutorial
Tutorial for Creating Illustrative Photos – View Before & After
- Photo-Artistic Tutorial
Tutorial for Creating Artistic Photos – View Before & After
- 18 Photomatix Presets
Presets for Tone Mapping Single Exposure RAW
Below is a list of programs needed to complete the tutorials and use the Photoshop Action. This e-book was written using Photoshop Elements 9. However, all tools used in the tutorials are available in the Photoshop versions listed below.
- Photoshop CS 2-5 or Photoshop Elements 7-9
- Photomatix Pro HDR Software
- Topaz Photoshop Bundle
About the Author
I’ve been post processing images for over a decade. I graduated from the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale receiving Best of Portfolio with a degree in Computer Graphics and Animation. Since 1998 I’ve worked professionally as a graphic artist, web designer and illustrator. Currently, I work as a freelance landscape/travel photographer earning commission through my photos. My blog captainkimo.com is dedicated solely to the art of HDR photography, and is updated regularly with photos, tutorials, articles, and reviews, all of which is related to high dynamic range photography.