Is the heyday of HDR over, or has the game changed with new techniques like 32 bit TIFF files and Luminosity Masks? With modern cameras using better sensors, do you still need HDR? Software products like Photomatix and Nik’s HDR Efex Pro haven’t seen a substantial update in a while, yet we have new HDR […]
I started with HDR photography in 2009. Not because it was fad, but because I was struggling to understand why my images were lacking and HDR seemed like something I could try. I spent years gleefully injecting some wretched images on the universe, but I’m changing my ways.
I thought I’d show the evolution of an image today. Everything from the initial capture to my post-processing workflow to complete it. The image itself is just a snapshot, but it was a good subject for this kind of discussion. That’s because we see things differently than our cameras. Those devices simply cannot compete with […]
I’ve watched a lot of training about creating Photoshop selections, but I’ve struggled with it. What always seemed so simple for the instructors never quite worked on my images. I really wanted to overcome my problems and get great selections, because everything else in the image depends on that step. Corey Barker showed me how […]