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HDR in Lightroom

June 12, 2016

I use HDR a fair bit and have noticed that people don’t quite know what it is so here’s my attempt at explaining before I show you how to do it in Adobe Lightroom. Firstly, HDR stands for High [More]

HDR in Adobe Camera Raw 9

April 22, 2015

If you use Adobe Camera Raw as opposed to Lightroom, and there's still a few of us left, you'll love one of the updates to ACR. No more need to go to HDR pro or Photoshop to do panoramas, they're right here in our favourite editor; [More]

Tonemap 32 bit Images in Lightroom

September 10, 2013

Lightroom has the capability to work with 32 bit images. This allows you to use all the familiar Lightroom Develop Module controls for adjusting and enhancing your high dynamic range (HDR) merged images. The results are natural and realistic, and it's a pleasure to work with the full range of adjustment controls and tools with which we're so familiar right within Lightroom. [More]

Adobe Camera RAW from HDR Pro

August 21, 2013

I love HDR pro, and with the new Tone in ACR feature the workflow is quicker and easier than ever! With just a few clicks I can avoid all the HDR sliders and work in Adobe Camera Raw, where I’m much more familiar and comfortable with the controls. [More]

Fixing a Bad HDR Sky in Photoshop

August 6, 2013

HDR Tools are great for creating interesting images, but they can really destroy a sky. Here's a quick tip for rescuing an over baked sky and giving a more natural feel to your images. [More]

Camera Raw Integration in Photoshop CC

July 2, 2013

Photoshop Camera Raw as a filter? That's right, and even more besides. The Adobe Camera Raw toolset is becoming more and more integrated into our workflow in Photoshop, giving us a common set of tools and a more efficient workflow. [More]

Develop Preset Efficiency in ACR and Lightroom

May 21, 2013

Develop presents in Lightroom or Camera Raw can be more than just a pretty effect. They can help do the heavy lifting or the monotonous processing, so you can focus your energy in more interesting areas. [More]

Faking a Graduated Neutral Density Filter in Camera, Lightroom and Photoshop

May 1, 2013

Ever been out and with your camera and see a great shot but when you get to process it the sky is all blown out and no amount of processing can get it back to how it looked? Well, one of the ways to get around this is to use graduated neutral density filters, but you may not always have them with you so there is another way. This alternative method involves a few camera controls and (don’t run away) HDR! Proviso, this method is very good but not 100% foolproof so don’t expect perfect results every time and you need Photoshop CS6 to get the best results. [More]

A Kinder, Gentler HDR in Photoshop CS6

February 12, 2013

HDR doesn't have to be gritty, edgy, with radioactive colors. At its heart, HDR is a technique that can allow you to more accurately capture the images you see - as long as you aren't too heavy-handed with the controls. [More]

32 Bit HDR in Photoshop

May 25, 2012

HDR, love it or hate it there’s no getting away from the fact that sometimes your camera can’t capture all the tones in a high contrast scene that you see. At that point you’ll need to take more than one image and blend the exposures together and create a more realistic (or surrealistic) image. [More]

Double Process HDR with Photoshop

May 18, 2012

In this video, Rich Harrington processes a three shot HDR and then double processes the image for extra “crunch”. This video tutorial follows Rich’s workflow from beginning to end. [More]

Getting Started in HDR Pro

August 26, 2011

In this exclusive video for TipSquirrel.com Rich Harrington show’s us how to get our images into HDR Pro ad what to do with them once they’re there! [More]

More Beyond HDR in Photoshop CS5

August 19, 2011

  Do you ever look at other people’s amazing HDR images and wonder why your HDR images never quite look as good? Well you’re not alone. In fact creating a really great HDR takes more [More]

Accessing ACR from Photoshop

August 1, 2011

Sometimes I come across something that changes the way I use Photoshop and today I share one such thing. I’m a fan of Adobe Camera Raw and it’s where I like to start my editing but what if you’re working with a PSD file? No worries, there’s a way to access Adobe Camera Raw right from inside Photoshop. [More]

A Photoshop HDR Workflow Example

July 9, 2011

In this video, photographer and trainer Rich Harrington takes 3 images and works with them to complete a single HDR image with multiple effects. Combining the images and them post processing within Photoshop Rich gives us a real world example of photographic workflow. [More]
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