#128 High Dynamic Range Photography

Instructor(s): Bryce Denison

Tuition: $100.00

Photographers frequently make images under less than ideal conditions. Film and digital sensors have limitations in capturing detail in bright sunlight compared to dark shadows. Commonly, if the photographer places exposure emphasis on light areas, the dark areas become too dark and vice-verse. Stacking is more than bracketing your exposure. You may use Photoshop CC (Cloud), Lightroom, NIK – HDR and PhotoMatix Pro 4.2 in this two-hour workshop. ┬áLearn about tone mapping and how to create a composite from a three-shot bracket (or a 5, 7, 9 shot bracket) into a photograph that could not be captured by conventional means. We will also demonstrate how to create multiple files from a film scanner. Bring your camera and tripod as you will be shooting photos to work on in class.