HDR with Photoshop CS6, with RC Concepcion

RC shows you all the steps you need to know in processing your HDR image in Photoshop CS6.

RC shows you all the steps you need to know in processing your HDR image in Photoshop CS6.

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Course Lessons:

Lesson 1: Introduction (Duration 00:59)

Lesson 2: How Many Images to Use for HDR (Duration 05:48)

Lesson 3: Merging the Tonemap File (Duration 02:04)

Lesson 4: 32 Bit Files vs. 16 Bit Files (Duration 04:49)

Lesson 5: Tonemapping the Image (Duration 11:00)

Lesson 6: Overall Corrections in HDR Pro (Duration 04:06)

Lesson 7: Opening the Tonemap File in Camera Raw (Duration 04:28)

Lesson 8: Merging Single Images in HDR Pro (Duration 03:16)

Lesson 9: Merging Multiple Images in HDR Pro (Duration 08:55)

Lesson 10: Adding Detail in Photoshop (Duration 05:16)

Lesson 11: Dodge and Burn Using Adjustments (Duration 02:00)

Lesson 12: Exposure Remixing (Duration 02:23)

Lesson 13: Conclusion (Duration 00:52)

Meet Your Instructor: RC Concepcion

RC is an education and curriculum developer and a “Photoshop Guy” for KelbyOne. An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has 10+ years in the I.T. and…

2 Comments

  1. Excellent series,, filled with useful info and ideas. Your idea of canning the presets and simply using sliders on the tonemapped image is GREAT, something I had stupidly never thought to do before. This idea alone is worth the price of admission, and is already yielding big improvements in my own HDR. Thanks so much, RC!

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