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If you have ever tried to take a photograph that includes a bright sky and a dark foreground or one in a lowlight situation, you know the frustration in trying to figure out how to expose for various light scenarios. It can be difficult to do, even for professionals. This is where High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography comes into play.

This week, Todd explains what HDR photography is and shows us how to take multiple exposure or bracketed photos to get an optimal exposure. You also learn how to blend these photos using the Aurora HDR 2019 app on the Mac, as well as editing the resulting image and then sharing it as a print or for digital use.

The full tutorial covers:

  • What is HDR?
  • Creating Bracketed Shots on a DSLR
  • Bracketed Shots with CameraPixels
  • Setting Up Aurora HDR 2019
  • HDR Creation Process & Settings
  • Interface Overview
  • Working with the Looks Panel
  • Working with the Histogram
  • Fixing Image Distortion
  • A Look at the Filters
  • Working with Layers
  • Saving Your Progress for Future Edits
  • Exporting Photos
  • Aurora HDR 2019 as a Plugin

App Store Links:

Aurora HDR 2019 - Mac App Store

CameraPixels - iOS App Store

Show Links:

Skylum Website - Link

Video Tutorial Comments

(2 comments posted)

Dave Creek

Superb job, Todd

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Todd Olthoff

Thanks so much Dave! Glad you enjoyed it!

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