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  • HOW to HDR WORKFLOW?

    Article by Darin Rogers I won’t be discussing any particular topic with this post today, but rather I’ll be walking through the steps I took to process this image. Of course, if you were to process this image yourself, you might do it differently than I do.  Nothing wrong with that.  The only ‘right’ way to process a particular image is the one that fits your vision.  However, I think it can sometimes be helpful to see other’s workflow.  Even if you’re familiar with HDR p...
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  • Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud 2014

    As we all know by now Adobe released their latest update to Photoshop CC.  I attended the very well done keynote that was thankfully streamed online.  That was a very cool touch, kudos Adobe! I have since downloaded Photoshop from the creative Cloud.  It took me a while, and a phone a friend on Facebook, to realize that it was a whole new App.  Which brings the heartache of having to transfer plugins and all that great stuff.  Thankfully I was able to sync all of my gradi...
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  • Five Tips to Improve Your Summer Photography

    We aren’t going to talk about cleaning your lenses (although you should), I’m not going to tell you to use a tripod (you should know that), and I’m definitely not going to tell you to compare last year’s photography to this year’s (but that’s not a bad idea). No, I’m going to suggest you get out of your comfort zone and do something new. If you open up your Flickr, 500px, or wherever you store your thousands of kitty cat photographs you might notice that there may be a lo...
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  • Topaz Labs DeNoise 50% off Sale

    Gavin  /
     / HDR Software
    From Today till March 31st. Topaz Labs is offering their great noise reduction Software – DeNoise for 50% off Noise is a big problem for HDR makers and even for those that like to push the controls in Lightroom or Photoshop, or you simply made an exposure mistake and it’s a photo you just can’t get rid of.  Well you don’t have to. Topaz Labs DeNoise is an “Extra Strength” noise reduction, It may take a little longer but the result is you can reduce noise without loosing de...
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  • photomatix 5 review

    20-Nov-13: Photomatix Pro 5.0 released: Adds Contrast Optimizer Tone Mapping for realistic-looking results, new Fusion method for real estate photography, multiple settings batching, and option to enable fusion from a single RAW file. Hi Guys, have you checked out the Beta release of Photomatix Pro 5 yet? I have posted a little review video of the new features last week. Maybe you'll find it useful: Finally had a chance to try out Photomatix Pro5.0 today, since the final v...
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  • what is hdr processing, 2013 hdr software comparison

    Gavin  /
     / Photography Tips
    Need a place to get started? Just want to learn the basics of how to capture and edit an HDR image? Well look no further, here are our favorite tutorials on the internet for how to create an HDR image. Note: You may need to pick up some HDR software before you dive in. Equipment and Software 1. Camera It goes without saying that the first piece of hardware you need is a camera. I personally shoot with a Cannon 60D, which is a middle of the road prosumer (somewhere between...
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  • Canon EOS-1D X HDR tutorial

    The Canon EOS-1D X is the flagship digital SLR camera body by Canon Inc. It succeeded the company's previous flagship Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III and the Canon EOS-1D Mark IV. It was announced on 18 October 2011.[1] It was released in March 2012 with a suggested retail price of US$6,799.00 (body only)[2] and a suggested retail price of £5,299 in the United Kingdom.[3] The camera is supplemented by the Canon EOS-1D C, a movie-oriented camera that shares most of its still photogr...
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