SLR Lounge HDR Photography Workshop

SLR Lounge HDR Photography Workshop

SLR Lounge HDR Photography Workshop

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  • Extensive HDR Photograph Tutorial
  • Three Discs with 13 Hours of Training
  • Covers HDR Process from Start to Finish
  • Guided Edits and Included Working Files
  • Full HD 1080p and HD 720p Video Lessons
  • Intuitive Player and Lesson Structure
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  • 1Description
The SLR Lounge HDR Photography Workshop is a three-disc, 13-hour tutorial covering all aspects of high dynamic range (HDR) photography from start to finish. Lessons focus on the complete range of stages, from shooting to post-production, and help to develop a set of skills for efficiently producing realistic and captivating imagery. Instructed by Post Production Pye, 140 total videos are provided and organized into a simple and intuitive player for easier following along. Additionally, 25 guided edits are included, allowing you to hone your craft from start to finish.

This workshop is spread out over two DVDs, with 10 hours of tutorials, and also includes a third bonus DVD that contains 10 additional HDR exercises with three more hours of video. The presentational portions of the workshop are shown in HD 720p video while the software instruction is shown in full HD 1080p quality. In addition to the video lessons, the following is also included: high resolution RAW and JPEG working files for each of the exercises; three foundation HDR presets for Photomatix; and a sample collection of HDR Develop and Brush Presets from the SLR Lounge Lightroom 4 Preset System that are applicable to HDR photography.

Types of HDR Photography Taught

Bracketed HDR Photography Tutorials
One of the most common types of HDR photography, compositing bracketed exposures enables the ability to render an expanded range of tones and values compared to a single exposure. These tutorials include choosing the right scene type, covering the execution process, and post-production techniques for developing a clean bracketed HDR photograph.
Nighttime HDR Photography Tutorials
Specific to compositing long exposures, typically made at night, these tutorials explain how to acquire the greatest dynamic range in low-light situations. Specific focus is given to controlling motion within the exposure, including water and cars, and how to use these interesting elements to benefit the finalized image.
Single Shot HDR Photography Tutorials
These tutorials show you how to extend the apparent dynamic range and produce exceptional imagery from a single exposure.
Panoramic HDR Photography Tutorials
Focusing on creating expansive panoramic HDR images, these lessons cover how to composite multiple HDR photographs into one seamless wide-field image. Specific focus is given to how to compose, shoot, and post-produce these types of unique images.
Black and White HDR Photography Tutorials
Deviating from the traditional full-color HDR images, these tutorials teach dedicated considerations and techniques for improving the dynamic range of tones in monochrome imagery.

DVD 1 - Understanding HDR Photography and Camera Settings

Chapter 1 - Introduction to HDR
  • 1. Trailer
  • 2. Introduction
  • 3. What is HDR
  • 4. What is a Stop of Light
  • 5. Dynamic Range by Combining Exposures
  • 6. Why Use Bracketed Sequences?
  • 7. Improvements in Technology
  • 8. Gear Guide - What You Will Need
  • 9. Gear Guide - Tripod
  • 10. Gear Guide - Shutter Release
  • 11. Gear Guide - Lens Filters
  • 12. Gear Guide - Memory Cards
  • 13. Gear Guide - Hiking Bag
  • 14. Gear Guide - City Bag
  • 15. Gear Guide - Laptop of Choice
  • 16. Gear Guide - HDR Software
  • Chapter 2 - HDR Camera Settings
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. What is AEB (Auto Exposure Bracketing)
  • 3. How Many Exposures Do You Really Need?
  • 4. Changing the Bracketing Order
  • 5. Ceteris Paribus (Shutter Speed Changes)
  • 6. Capture All Shots by Shooting in Continuous Modes
  • 7. Camera Modes
  • 8. Metering Modes
  • 9. Timer
  • 10. Setting the Correct Median Exposure
  • 11. Nailing and Locking the Focus
  • 12. In-Camera HDR
  • 13. Single-Shot HDR
  • Chapter 3 - HDR Considerations
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Using a Tripod
  • 3. Optimal Shutter Speeds
  • 4. Optimal Aperture Settings
  • 5. Optimal ISO Settings
  • 6. Moving Objects and Ghosting
  • 7. Using DSLRs with Faster Frame Rates
  • 8. Using Mirror Up Mode | Mirror Lockup
  • 9. Shooting in RAW vs. JPEG
  • 10. Programming HDR Settings into Custom Modes
  • 11. Clean Your Lenses and Sensor!
  • 12. Don't Forget the Composition
  • DVD 2 - Mastering HDR Photography and Processing

    Chapter 4 - Salton Sea
  • 1. Salton Sea Scene Introduction
  • 2. How it Was Shot
  • 3. RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 4. HDR Processing
  • 5. RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 6. Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 7. Final Image Processing
  • Chapter 5 - Page
  • 1. Page Arizona Scene Introduction
  • 2. Horseshoe Bend - How it Was Shot
  • 3. Horseshoe Bend - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 4. Horseshoe Bend - HDR Processing
  • 5. Horseshoe Bend - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 6. Horseshoe Bend - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 7. Horseshoe Bend - Final Image Processing
  • 8. Antelope Canyon - How it Was Shot
  • 9. Antelope Canyon - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 10. Antelope Canyon - HDR Processing
  • 11. Antelope Canyon - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 12. Antelope Canyon - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 13. Antelope Canyon - Final Image Processing
  • Chapter 6 - Moab
  • 1. Moab Scene Introduction
  • 2. How it Was Shot
  • 3. RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 4. HDR Processing
  • 5. RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 6. Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 7. Final Image Processing
  • Chapter 7 - Salt Lake City
  • 1. Salt Lake Union Pacific Introduction
  • 2. Salt Lake Union Pacific - How it Was Shot
  • 3. Salt Lake Union Pacific - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 4. Salt Lake Union Pacific - HDR Processing
  • 5. Salt Lake Union Pacific - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 6. Salt Lake Union Pacific - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 7. Salt Lake Union Pacific - Final Image Processing
  • 8. Salt Lake Union Downtown Introduction
  • 9. Salt Lake Temple - How it Was Shot
  • 10. Salt Lake Temple - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 11. Salt Lake Temple - HDR Processing
  • 12. Salt Lake Temple - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 13. Salt Lake Temple - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 14. Salt Lake Temple - Final Image Processing
  • 15. Salt Lake Capital - How it Was Shot
  • 16. Salt Lake Capital - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 17. Salt Lake Capital - HDR Processing
  • 18. Salt Lake Capital - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 19. Salt Lake Capital - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 20. Salt Lake Capital - Final Image Processing
  • Chapter 8 - Salt Lake Mountains
  • 1. Salt Lake Mountains Introduction
  • 2. Heber Valley Fishing - How it Was Shot
  • 3. Heber Valley Fishing - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 4. Heber Valley Fishing - HDR Processing
  • 5. Heber Valley Fishing - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 6. Heber Valley Fishing - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 7. Heber Valley Fishing - Final Image Processing
  • 8. Heber Creeper Train - How it Was Shot
  • 9. Heber Creeper Train - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 10. Heber Creeper Train - HDR Processing
  • 11. Heber Creeper Train - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 12. Heber Creeper Train - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 13. Heber Creeper Train - Final Image Processing
  • 14. Uinta Summit - How it Was Shot
  • 15. Uinta Summit - Panorama Single-Shot Faux HDR Processing
  • 16. Uinta Summit - Panorama Photoshop Processing
  • 17. Uinta Summit - Panorama Final Image Processing
  • Chapter 9 - Bryce and Zion
  • 1. Bryce Canyon Introduction
  • 2. Bryce Canyon - How it Was Shot
  • 3. Bryce Canyon - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 4. Bryce Canyon - HDR Processing
  • 5. Bryce Canyon - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 6. Bryce Canyon - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 7. Bryce Canyon - Final Image Processing
  • 8. Road Side Panorama - How it Was Shot
  • 9. Road Side Panorama - Panorama Single-Shot Faux HDR Processing
  • 10. Road Side Panorama - Panorama Photoshop Processing
  • 11. Road Side Panorama - Panorama Final Image Processing
  • 12. Zion River Introduction
  • 13. Zion River - How it Was Shot
  • 14. Zion River - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 15. Zion River - HDR Processing
  • 16. Zion River - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 17. Zion River - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 18. Zion River - Final Image Processing
  • Chapter 10 - Las Vegas and Los Angeles
  • 1. Las Vegas and Los Angeles Introduction
  • 2. Las Vegas Aria - How it Was Shot
  • 3. Las Vegas Aria - RAW Preparation and HDR Export
  • 4. Las Vegas Aria - HDR Processing
  • 5. Las Vegas Aria - RAW Processing and Photoshop Import
  • 6. Las Vegas Aria - Photoshop Layer Blending
  • 7. Las Vegas Aria - Final Image Processing
  • 8. Downtown Los Angeles - How it Was Shot
  • 9. Downtown Los Angeles - Single Shot Faux HDR
  • DVD 3 - Bonus Advanced Processing Examples

    Chapter 11 - Bonus Chapter
  • 1. Bonus - Heber Creeper Train Bracket from Start to Finish
  • 2. Bonus - Heber Valley Fishing Single Shot HDR from Start to Finish
  • 3. Bonus - Uinta Summit Bracket from Start to Finish
  • 4. Bonus - Bryce Canyon Panorama from Start to Finish
  • 5. Bonus - Zion Entrance Panorama from Start to Finish
  • 6. Bonus - Las Vegas Cleveland Clinic Bracket from Start to Finish
  • 7. Bonus - Palos Verdes High ISO Bracket from Start to Finish
  • 8. Bonus - Shen Zhen, Canton Pier Bracket from Start to Finish
  • 9. Bonus - Canton, China Street Photography Single-Shot HDR from Start to Finish
  • 10. Bonus - Sterns Wharf Bracket from Start to Finish
  • Software for HDR

    Recommended Software
    The following programs are used throughout the tutorials, and thusly will be the easiest to follow from:

  • RAW Processing: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
  • HDR Processing: HDRsoft Photomatix Pro 4
  • Layering and Retouching: Adobe Photoshop CS6
  • Alternative Software
    The following alternative programs can also be used to great success throughout the tutorials, but specific tools and processes may differ from the lessons:

  • RAW Processing: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3, Adobe Camera RAW, Apple Aperture, Phase One Capture One
  • HDR Processing: Nik HDR Efex
  • Layering and Retouching: Previous versions of Adobe Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
  • UPC: 736211561435
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    File Size 12.6 GB (over three DVDs)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.4 x 5.6 x 0.7"

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