Note: This is a new Workshop offering!
Two of the fastest growing photographic techniques today include High Dynamic Range Photography and what I refer to as Extended Dynamic Range Photography. This is largely due to the fact that Software Programs like Lightroom CC, Photomatix Pro, HDR Efex Pro, and Aurora HDR 2017 have now made it relatively effortless to achieve great images.
A key distinguishing characteristic of digital photography is the relative ease with which it is possible to capture and portray an extended dynamic range of light approaching that of human vision. Continuing advances in both sensor and software design, continues to improve the ease of achieving that goal. While either a modern sensor or contemporary software, alone, can simplify that process, the combination can bring a smile to the face of a photographer searching for an honest expression
All you need to bring to learn the basics of High Dynamic Range and Extended Dynamic Range Photography is yourself … and a mind and an attitude eager to learn … along with a desire to have fun.
Rick Hulbert will help you though all the steps necessary to create great images that will be the envy of your friends and family and will impress your clients.
You will be treated to a combination of lectures, hardware demonstrations, hands-on shooting, and software demonstrations using selected class images.
The beauty of this workshop is that no special gear is required.
Rick is going to use Adobe Lightroom Software as a hub for post processing your images, but at your personal request, he will also demonstrate other popular software options including Photomatix Pro, HDR Efex Pro, or Aurora HDR 2017.
Whether you want to create “realistic” or “surrealistic” images, Rick will show you the way.
You will learn how to set up your camera to obtain the best results. You will learn the best techniques for achieving the look you want.
You will learn though demonstrations and though hands-on field photography.
If you so desire, Rick Hulbert will be with you on location and will show you how to set up your own camera for best results in achieving HDR and/or EDR Images.
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