What: Hand-HDR Photography
When: Thursday, September 3, 2020 at 10am PT. Duration between one and two hours, including Q&A
Where: On your computer or mobile device from anywhere via Zoom. Zoom authenticated registration and a tuition payment of $19.95 are required for enrollment. Seating is limited. The registration link is https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EZbniD4eQ1G6C3A2Usw9nA.
Details: HDR (High Dynamic Range) automated software produces results that defy what photographers in the past would have thought possible, but these results are sometimes visually “over the top.” A viable technique to use instead of automated HDR, or sometimes in conjunction with automated HDR, is hand-HDR. Hand-HDR uses layers, layer masks, and the Photoshop Gradient and Brush tools to create composite images from a bracketed sequence that are completely under your control, and can look entirely natural.
In this webinar Harold discussed when to use hand-HDR in place of automated HDR, and when to use the two technologies in conjunction. He shows examples of photographing for hand-HDR in general situations, and also in high-key and low-key situations that are particularly suited for hand-HDR. Finally, time will be spent on the detailed tools used to achieve stunning hand-HDR results.
There will be ample time for Q&A.
Tuition: The tuition for this webinar is $19.95, and requires prior registration. Seating (on a first come, first served basis) is limited. You must register via Zoom to be enrolled in this webinar! The registration link is https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EZbniD4eQ1G6C3A2Usw9nA.
A lightly-edited recording of this Webinar will be posted following a time delay on the Harold Davis Photography YouTube channel.
About Harold Davis: Harold Davis is a bestselling author of many books, including Creative Garden Photography from Rocky Nook, which can now be pre-ordered. He is the developer of a unique technique for photographing flowers for transparency, a Moab Master, and a Zeiss Ambassador. He is an internationally known photographer and a sought-after workshop leader. His website is digitalfieldguide.com.