If you think HDR stands for High Definition Resolution… that would be a good assumption. If we were talking about TVs, you probably would have been right. But this site isn’t about TVs it’s about photography. And in photography HDR stands for High Dynamic Range.
Chapter Two of Captain Kimo’s HDR How-to Guide In this chapter we will discuss the items you will need to create HDR photographs. You won’t need much… in fact you might already have most of it. Listed below are the three necessary items required. Camera –can’t have a photograph without it. Tripod –the key to great HDR photographs. Software –this
Chapter Three of Captain Kimo’s HDR How-to Guide Setting your camera to shoot HDR might seem daunting at first but I assure you it’s painless. Once you’ve done it a few times it becomes second hand. The trick is understanding how to adjust your exposure. Exposure Your exposure will allow you to adjust how bright or dark your image is
Learn Photomatix and how to create HDR images. Watch the video and follow step-by-step instructions.
This is Chapter 5 of my HDR How-to Guide and we will learn how to enhance HDR using Topaz Adjust and Topaz DeNoise