Processing a series of images for HDR requires a variety of steps, and processing multiple images for a panorama requires another of set of steps. So how do you create a multiple image panorama that was also shot for HDR processing? In this tutorial I’ll discuss how to accomplish this using Lightroom, Photoshop, and Nik Software’s HDR Efex Pro 2.
Here’s an easy way to control the tonality in your images using a technique called “Self Blending.”
Sometimes the white balance in your images is "right on," and other times it's miles off—don't worry, it happens to all of us, and it's easy to fix in Photoshop!
A Detailed description of how Photoshop blend modes work. The math involved, and their interrelationships with each other are discussed in depth.
When shooting macro images to bring out those hidden details in small objects, your resulting image often has a very shallow DOF...
The human eye does a great job of compensating for the dark and light areas in a high contrast scene. When these light or dark areas reach the extremes, we need to reach for a flashlight or dark glasses, but for the average high contrast scene, our eyes do a great job of automatically compensating.