Tutorial created by HiLo Media – www.hilomedia.com. This is a tutorial for HDRSoft’s Photomatix Pro for Windows. It is software that helps create HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos. Available at www.hdrsoft.com
HDR Tutorial from Trey Ratcliff. For more, visit www.StuckInCustoms.com
In this lesson, learn how to create stunning HDR images using your night shots and Photomatix. Tips on how to bracket exposures of your night shots accurately on manual mode and how to create exciting surreal effects using Photomatix Pro. From the Photography 101 app and podcast, hosted by Scott Wittenburg.
HDR (high dynamic range) Tutorial with a Canon 60d and Photomatix processing. www.facebook.com like me on FB 🙂 www.tylersphotovideo.com
This is the first part of a tutorial on how to use photomatix, it is a brief description of the settings that I use. You can find out more on www.photoserge.com
http//:captainkimo.com – Video tutorial as I’m post processing an image from West Palm Beach to create another HDR photo for my blog. This video covers Photomatix Pro, Photoshop and Lightroom.
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This is a video tutorial showing my HDR editing techniques. In it, I use Photoshop and Photomatix to combine, tonemap, and edit the image. This allows me to take a boring photo and add dramatic light that creates a cinematic scene. HDR is an easy technique to learn. With basic computer skills you can transform your images into other worldly images.
HDR Tutorial With Canon 7D and Photomatix Pro – How to Exposure Bracketing To view the last HDR picture: www.flickr.com Don’t forget to subscribe! YouTube.com -SUBSCRIBE! Our first cover: youtu.be How to keep an idiot in suspense: bit.ly -VERSION 1 bit.ly – VERSION 2
captainkimo.com – This video covers Photomatix Pro 4.1 tone mapping using Tone Compressor for more realistic HDR images. I also Use Photoshop Elements and Lightroom to post process the photo.
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captainkimo.com – This is my first video tutorial for 2012. This video covers Photomatix Pro 4.0, the best HDR software, IMO. Video tutorial is not perfect but it works for a basic how-to guide covering tone mapping using Detail Enhancer.