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hdr photography tutorials 2012, hdr photomatix tutorial 2012

By Gavin  Oct, 19, 2011   Posted in HDR Tutorial
hdr photography tutorials 2012, hdr photomatix tutorial 2012 HDR refers to high dynamic ranging imagery and is usually associated with light-based virtual or 3D imaging. It deals with a wide and dynamic range of luminance or brightness and contrasts starting from the darkest possible image to the lightest possible image. Thus, the higher the range of illuminated images, the better is the depth you can expect in your output. Usually, images of the sky serve as the best subject, but you can get better...

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