PTC004 – Shooting HDR Photography

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  1. Richard Harrington
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    Check out practical advice on shooting HDR

    PTC004 – Shooting HDR Photography

  2. Eric Renno
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    High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a very popular technique right now, and with
    #Photoshop CS6 having great HDR software built in its set to be even more
    so in the future.

    But, great HDR starts in camera, +Richard Harrington and +Abba Shapiro
    take us through it in this video for Power To Create. 

  3. AJ Phonix
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    I like the remote control it is smooth to get a perfect still image.

  4. Dreamer'z Creationz by Jeweel Kade Teresa Castle Foster Stylist
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    Check out practical advice on shooting HDR

    PTC004 – Shooting HDR Photography

  5. Victor Nunez
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    Check out practical advice on shooting HDR

    PTC004 – Shooting HDR Photography

  6. Fred L
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    High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a very popular technique right now, and with
    #Photoshop CS6 having great HDR software built in its set to be even more
    so in the future.

    But, great HDR starts in camera, +Richard Harrington and +Abba Shapiro
    take us through it in this video for Power To Create. 

  7. Bruce Bidinoff
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    HDR is a great way to bring out detail, even when shooting in low light
    conditions.

  8. Richard Harrington
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    Shooting HDR allows you to recover the highlights and shadows without the
    noisiness or grain associated with heavily boosting the RAW file.

  9. edgrenzig100
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    Based on the histogram shown, it seems like your image was well within the
    dynamic range of the camera sensor! Why then do you use HDR? I am a bit
    confused?

  10. SS DK
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    Hello, Why did you use F3,5 in M mode?? To get morr details or depth of
    fields you would bether set your F to F 11 or F 16.

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