This course covers everything you need to know to create realistic High Dynamic Range (HDR) imagery, using subtle but effective processing techniques that will result with a natural and realistic HDR image. Software required: Photoshop CC.
When photographing beautiful images, they often end up turning out flat and lifeless. This is because the human eye can see so much more than a single image registered by a camera. Creating HDR imagery can help restore your photos the the beautiful scene you saw with your own eyes. This course, Photoshop CC HDR, will teach you the three steps of creating realistic High Dynamic Range imagery. The first part of this course covers the basic principles of HDR photography, including detailed explanation on proper camera exposure. Next, you'll learn about the technical aspects of shooting for HDR - creating a sequence of photos that will be merged together with the Adobe Camera RAW. Finally, you'll wrap up the course with a hands-on creative learning process, where you'll work with supporting RAW images and focus on post-processing of the final 32-bit file. At the end of this course, you will know how to start shooting for HDR, merge your selected exposures, and finally how to performÂ Tone Mapping with Adobe Camera RAW. Software required: Photoshop CC.
Kasia is a fine art photographer, designer, and video creator. Her work is displayed internationally including
the Asia Contemporary Art Gallery in Singapore. Kasia is a founder of Digital Art Classes. She is also an
active contributor to several photo stock agencies including Alamy and Stockimo.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Kasia Zmokla, and welcome to my course Photoshop Creative Cloud HDR. Professionally, I'm a photographer, graphic designer, and a video creator with over 20 years' experience working in the graphic design industry for Design Studios on a wide variety of projects. I have designed the Photoshop Creative Cloud HDR as a comprehensive course where you can learn the complete process of creating high-dynamic range imagery. The first step of the process covers, in depth, the basic principles of HDR photography including detailed explanation on proper camera exposure. The second step presents technical aspects of shooting for HDR, creating a sequence of photos that will be merged together with the Adobe Camera Raw. And the last, third, step is a hands-on creative process. We will be working with provided supporting raw files, and we will focus on post processing of the final merged file. At the end of the course, you will know how to start shooting for HDR, merge your selected exposures, and finally, how to perform tone mapping with Adobe Camera Raw. No prior knowledge of Photoshop is required to complete the course. I hope you will join me on this journey, Photoshop Creative Cloud HDR, at Pluralsight.