HDR is both a technical solution to the limitations of digital camera sensors, and a creative tool that can give any image more impact. But shooting and processing HDR is not without its pitfalls, and it is essential to understand these.
In this fully updated and expanded second edition, David Nightingale’s Practical HDR will tell you everything you need to know about how to create and HDR image, giving you a complete understanding of the technicalities before moving on to practical advice on shooting and processing, and finishing with a global showcase of inspirational HDR images. The book explores a range of the best HDR-processing software available, making choosing and using the best program for your needs a breeze.
An abundance of step-by-step examples will quickly make you an expert on the theory and practice of shooting and processing HDR images, allowing you to get the best possible results every time.
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