Friday, July 23, 2010

HDR Resources

Now that I've "dipped my toe" in the HDR pool, I thought I'd just share a few links on the topic that I've reviewed to date if you have an interest.
A World in HDRStuck In Customs by Trey Ratcliff - I've seen the name and the web site many times in my daily blog readings.  This site and its owner are considered to be one of the most valuable resources for HDR.  In my post Monday I indicated I like "some" of the hyper-realistic images produced by HDR and the stuff in Trey's portfolio is exactly what I was referring to.  There's even a free tutorial to get you started with HDR.  Trey also happens to have written the best selling book on the topic.  I confess I haven't added to my library yet, but I'm pretty sure it's inevitable.

HDR Soft's Photomatix Pro - Again, probably one of the most popular HDR processing applications.  This is the same application used in the free tutorial mentioned above.  I'm able to select multiple exposures in Lightroom 3, export to Photomatix Pro to process and automatically import the result back into my Lightroom catalog.


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