Another question I get asked is “How do I shoot HDR?” which is usually just after I get asked “What is HDR?” or High Dynamic Range. HDR photography has swept across social media. While it was relatively only a number of photographers that used this method in the past, most people at least ‘know’ about HDR. Just check your smart phone, there is a function on it that uses a crude HDR method. But I don’t want to spend too much time on explaining what HDR is, because I already did that right HERE !!
|Getting this to “work” for you can take a bit of time to achieve, just keep at it!|
|Even as crazy as this might look at first, this is a hideous image…|
|Lake Louise. This image is a reason I LOVE HDR work.|
|This is one of my images that I really don’t like. I went a bit too strong on the sliders…|
|The flattened image that Photomatix sent to Lightroom|
|My final edit in Lightroom|
Equipment Used: Nikon D600, Nikkor 24-85mm G, Nikkor 50mm D, Yongnuo YN560-TX III Remote trigger and Flash, Polaroid Battery Grip, Lowepro Transit Backpack 350 AW.