- How to set up the camera
- How to bracket exposures Where to start the exposure
- How to get the desire look of the final image and more.
Fun with HDR ImagingFebruary 15, 2012 by Marie Joabar
High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography allows one to overcome exposure issues when there is a vast difference between the range of bright highlights and dark shadows in a scene. By capturing many frames of the same subject, each at different exposure levels and then merging them with HDR processing software, one can build images with incredible range and detail. Capital Photography Center recently held two HDR classes, one in DC taught by Chris Alvanas, the Director of Photography at CDIA-BU, and the other at Second Chance Architectural Salvage shop in Baltimore taught by Professional Photographer, Karen L. Messick. Below are some HDR photos from a few of the attendees from the last 2 classes – a special “thank you” to them for sharing. The HDR Photography in DC class is broken down into 3 sections; lecture and camera set up, shooting and then processing images. The class starts with an overview of what HDR is and how it can be used to overcome exposure and dynamic range issues. Also discussed are;