Photoshop CS6: HDR By RC Concepcion

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Photoshop is the program that some have come to know for finishing HDR Images but, more often than not, it’s overlooked as the source of producing great HDR files. RC Concepcion shows you how to create the most compelling HDRs by going through the entire process, start-to-finish, using only Photoshop.

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RC Concepcion


RC is an award winning photographer and author of the best selling books “Get Your Photography On the Web” and “The HDR Book” by Peachpit Press. He is an education and curriculum developer for the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, hosts the popular podcasts “Photoshop User TV” and “Photography Tips and Tricks...

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  1. Profile photo of pleger pleger

    I loved this course! I got RC’s HDR book and really liked the style he takes in teaching. Watching this course was fantastic! Not only did I learn more how he does his eye catching HDR but he actually uses the images from the book showing you step by step how he does his magic. This is the first book and course I’ve seen of RC, but now I’m really going to look out for more of his content. Thank you RC! —- Yes, please post my feedback

  2. Profile photo of Sundra Tanakoh Sundra Tanakoh

    A great course that makes a case for not having to use optional plug-ins. It is just tooo easy to do in Photoshop CS/6 ! Thanks RC!!! —- Yes, please post my feedback

  3. Profile photo of KeithOrmerod KeithOrmerod

    Thanks for all the HDR techniques RC. I like your teaching style. One issue I haven’t seen presented by anyone yet is dealing with a landscape HDR that includes the transition between trees and blue sky that usually ends up with a haloing effect. You kind of touched on it a little with your temple HDR by bringing in sky from one of the individual images. And yet there was still a haloing effect on the tree/sky transition. What I’ve done is use the burning tool to tone down the haloing there. Wondered if you had any other ideas? —- Yes, please post my feedback

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