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The second part of the hazystudio**** HDR tutorial. This video will show you how to go process an HDR image using Photomatix Pro 3. You can read the first part of the tutorial here *******hazystudio****/?p=6 You can watch this video in better quality at these sites. revver****/video/1620672 youtube****/watch?v=juvUyt7pgZQ
29 Apr 2009
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This is a homemade, shaky, handheld video I did, documenting how I took an HDR photo in Yellowstone. For more information, visit *******www.stuckincustoms**** or, for the HDR Tutorial, visit *******www.stuckincustoms****/hdr-tutorial
23 Jul 2009
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This comes from StuckInCustoms, where you can find out about HDR Software *******www.stuckincustoms****/hdr-software and an HDR Tutorial *******www.stuckincustoms****/hdr-tutorial Having trouble getting your photos to look the same online as they do at home? This little screencast will help.
17 Sep 2009
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Here is a video of the lens that is reviewed at *******www.stuckincustoms****/nikon-70-200-review/ -- it is a fantastic lens! Also, for processing, see my tutorial at *******www.stuckincustoms****/hdr-tutorial
3 Apr 2010
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Topaz Adjust HDR Tutorial
8 Mar 2010
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I demonstrate how to create a High Dynamic Range photo using Lightroom 2 and Photomatix 3. Please address any questions in the comment area. Thank you! More information and tutorials can be found on my blog: *******thephotogformula****
9 Sep 2009
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A normal workflow of livening up a flat image into an HDR style masterpiece
29 Dec 2013
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This new video, replacing the old In-Camera HDR Tutorial video, explains into detail how to create a HDR (High Dynamic Range) photographic image using your camera alone without any need of unnecessary and expensive HDR programs (such as Photomatix). Enjoy. You must be surprised I am still adding songs to the new videos. :) Music: Forest Flower by Chico Hamilton
24 May 2009
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How to take High Dynamic Range Photos, or HDR, like the pros. This technique creates stunning photos by combining three or more pictures of the same subject, but at different exposures. You don't have to spend a lot of money to make gorgeous photos, we show you how in this HDR tutorial.
17 Oct 2013
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