Uploaded by Lawrence Malley on December 18, 2012 at 6:13 pm
A normal workflow of livening up a flat image into an HDR style masterpiece
I wanted to watch this but that god-awful mouse-clicking was driving me insane.
Background noise, jumpy screen, crazy loud mouse, and very quick through the steps = thumbs down
/watch?v=Et5-wO767Xo&feature=g-upl —>>>> ♥♥♥ HDDDRRR Tutorial 😛
I’m a student by trade, and so I’ve come to an understand that the best way for most students to learn is 1. Understand what they’re learning 2. Inspired to learn. Just a different perspective 😀
Good tutorial but please kill that mouse I almost killed my self.
good tutorial, easy understanding for beginner …
Thank you showing this, I really appreciate it!! I do think you may have mumbled a little too much and went over the steps REALLY fast (I’m a teacher by trade and so I’ve learned to 1. slow down and 2. repeat myself. A LOT).
But nonetheless, this is fantastic – thanks again!
when making a video, stop the taskbar from popping up & down–just fix it so the screen doesn’t constantly bounce around
**** 4 stars
A good starting point & intro for beginners in HDR. Now it’s time to go to work!
sir… i love you. thanks so much for the tutorial!
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it’s a sneeze
Interesting, I liked the video and watched it all, but you need to explain what the various settings mean, not just say ‘Do this and then do that, set this to 250, no…500’. You have a good teaching style, but try to put yourself in the shoes of the the pupil and explain why you are choosing a particular effect and exactly what that effect is having on the image. Overall grade: B – room for improvement 🙂
The worst mouse EVER + your bunged up polypy monotone voice + unbearable speed + lack of explanation = the worst tutorial ever
WTF at 8:04
the mouse clicking is unbearable
After watching this so called “tutorial” I never want to use Photoshop ever again.
I had a mouse that made that sound in 1982
try this site it helps alot ” hdrphotolover.weebly.com”
Get a new mouse man, that was driving me crazy.
dude your mouse clicker sounds like a gatorade cap, its driving me crazy
Agree with the speed. More explanation of the exact changes, slower clicking, so we don’t have to constantly pause/rewind. Act as if the viewer has never done this before, and don’t make assumptions. Explain the steps more thoroughly. All in all a good direction and accurate tutorial, but you just need some tips on how the pace of good tutorials run. Thanks, and look forward to other posts.
I can see you know what you’re doing. But you can’t teach: It’s much too fast, sorry. Seems as if you made this only for yourself.
Very helpful. Looking forward to giving it a try!
You were super fast. Cant follow steps even after reversing the video. I quit.
im lost within a minute and the mouse clicking is annoying
One minute in and i’m already lost. I’m using CS4 and none of the first step is the same :/
The Pez mouse is just fine. We know when your clicking.
I can see I have A LOT to learn.
Without being HDR, I am impressed. I’ve got $2,000 worth of camera that can bracket 9 shots at a .3 stop interval, specialized HDR software… and I would be proud to have produced that image. Absolute kudos. And I agree with everyone about your mouse. Haha.
Ball operated mouse from 1850’s.
Ohh lord!! What.. Your mouse has bucket teeth? Fix it! I almost stopped the video because if it… I actually fast forwarded to the end. ANNOYING!
Other than that, nice video.
The people who ‘dislike’ this can’t do it…
@Dunkelfleisch lol that was someone sneezing pretty bad, That’s the highlight of the video!
BTW you rock dude, I wish you were my psd teacher @ my school, great tutorial!!
Mouse from he’ll!
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