By Trey Ratcliff
Excessive dynamic diversity (HDR) images permits you to seize the myriad colours and degrees of sunshine so that you can see within the actual international, and the implications are extraordinary photos that run the gamut from tremendous actual to surreal. discover this great realm of images during the precise imaginative and prescient of well known trip photographer Trey Ratcliff. during this ebook, Trey stocks his out of the ordinary HDR images in addition to the entire backstory at the adventurous situations in their beginning. He additionally finds the strategies he used to get the ultimate shot. The breathtaking photographs gracing those pages and the author’s real-world suggestion for shooting and manipulating photographs will encourage you to create your individual HDR magic. So Trey additionally comprises his basic and easy educational that teaches you every little thing you want to be aware of to make your personal HDR photos, even if you’re a newbie, beginner, or expert. a special combination of functional and inspirational, this booklet features
* a panoramic choice of HDR photographs
* attractive causes of the way the writer completed the image
* professional information for attaining attractive effects (and fending off universal mistakes)
* a foolproof HDR instructional and software program recommendations
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This made my mom very proud of course, and it resulted in her sending off more emails than the average Nigerian. It also helped to bring much notoriety to StuckInCustoms. com and did quite a bit to establish HDR as a mainstream art form. As for the process, it was a tough night because I was up on the edge of a bridge that was rumbling as cars crossed it. I was on the edge of the bridge because I wanted to get the full vertical reﬂection while still capturing the scope of the lake. The evening was very windy, and there was a light driving rain ﬂying into my lens.
A giant swan was ﬂoating nearby while I was walking around, so I took this single RAW and converted it to HDR to ensure that I’d get all the numerous colors in the trees and the various shades in the sky and water. ” While it is true that most HDRs are taken with multiple exposures, that need not always be the case. The single RAW photo method of HDR is described in detail in Chapter 5. One important point I can add here, however, is to make sure that if you take a single RAW, keep the ISO as low as possible.
I had just seen a grizzly bear and a black bear about 30 minutes before I took this shot, both of which are pretty rare to see. They went on their way, and I was left in the middle of this area with just a few elk meandering a few hundred feet from me. I tried to not get overly “sucked into” the sunset, keeping in mind that those bears were lurking about. The ground was pretty marshy, which is not the most optimal condition for running from a bear. I’m not sure there are ever optimal conditions for running from a bear, but this was certainly not it.