HDR Processing Techniques with Rob Hanson – Part 3 of 5

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HDR Processing Techniques with Rob Hanson – Part 3 of 5, Includes Defringing, Denoise, LAHR Sharpening. Originally posted on my blog site at robhanson.wordpress.com

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iamalikhan says:

Rob, What about the noise reduction in Lightroom 4.3? How does it compare with other third party noise reduction software i.e. imagenomic, Topaz? Thanks

RobHansonPhotography says:

195VIDS — Hmmm, I don’t recall that part. If you can get me the time marker, I’ll take a look and see if I can explain that further. /Rob

195VIDS says:

Rob…youre the man. thanks brotha.
quick question…you decided to bring back some noise the in the sun. You said it might come in handy later…why is that? what is the benefit of noise? thanks for the video- fine work!

Lisa Kirkwood says:

am just new to HDR and a kind photographer sent me this software watching this has made me really understand how to use it and thank you very much for ur videos 😀 Lisa x

swapnilhitman says:

Thank you. good videos . They are very helpful. even for newbie like me .. ty.

JohnE Raindrop says:

I find these very helpful, thanks for sharing. You have a Rob Ross feel to your videos.

RobHansonPhotography says:

Thanks ew1951. I’m glad you found the videos useful. I do hope you continue on to the finish… there’s more good stuff in there. I plan to do more videos in the future, so be sure to subscribe to the channel so that you get notifications.

ew1951 says:

Watching 45 minutes of these 3 (of 5) videos was not only helpful for understanding HDR processing, but was very helpful just from hearing about various other Photoshop methods, techniques and things you consider and your working thought-process. Thanks for making and posting.

RobHansonPhotography says:

Glad you like the technique! I’ve long tried to get chromatic aberration fixed through Photoshop or ACR, but never could get it quite right. This technique puts the control back into your hands to deal with it as you see fit. Thanks for visiting!

Jack Donbavand says:

Hanson, I love the way your removing the fringes – I’d always tried to do it using the lens correction tool and correcting the aberration with varying degrees of failure so thanks!

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