High Dynamic Range is photographic technique to reproduce a wider dynamic range than possible standard digital imaging or photographic techniques High Dynamic Range images are achieved by combining a series of bracketed exposures into a single image which blend all the tonal details to create a truly dynamic image.
I will show how to create a realistic HDR images and demonstrate software for HDR image production. This workshop consists of three parts, a lecture in morning, photo shootout, and practice HDR software.
Part 1. Lecture in the morning
• How read histogram.
• Different lighting conditions
• Definition of HDR
• Steps to create HDR image
• Shooting - set up and procedure
• Ideal exposure of darkest shot
Part 2. Go outside and shoot
Part 3. Comeback to class room and practice HDR software on computer.
• Preparation before HDR software
• HDR software
• What does HDR software do
• Limitations of HDR
• Demonstration and practice
• B&W conversion if time allows
Part 1 - Friday April 17, 2015 5:00PM - 7:00PM - $49 (20% off with purchase of camera at Robinson's)
Part 2 - Saturday April 18, 2015 1:00PM - 5:00PM - $89 (20% off with purchase of camera at Robinson's)
For 2 days - $129 ($99 with purchase of camera at Robinson's)