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Panoramic photographers using HDR techniques have a new resource as HDRPhotographyPro.com has released a detailed high contrast processing workflow tutorial for people shooting in high dynamic range.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 24, 2013
Taking stunning HDR panoramas has just become easier with the release of a new process guide from HDRPhotographyPro.com. The guide reveals the actual stitching techniques and workflow the team uses that both hobbyists and professionals can benefit from.
The workflow guide is intended to help people to help people master a software based approach to stitching panoramic exposures post shoot.
"Combining panoramas with HDR techniques is a natural fit. Doing so brings out crisp colors, heightens contrast and reveals the natural beauty in ways single exposures cannot," stated Kevin Pryce with the site.
Additional information at the site teaches how to deal with commonly encountered image problems such as:
Photographing in high dynamic range is not new and was performed all the way back in 1850s by innovative photographic artists such as Gustave Le Grey, who created panoramic seascapes using standard film technology. Advances in technology and powerful software tools such as Photomatix by HDRSoft and the advent of the digital camera have given everyone the ability to create these stunning and captivating images with a little know how.
"Sure merging picture stitching techniques with HDR can get a little technical, our tutorials were created to bridge that gap and help people start using these techniques with the confidence of an old pro," added Mr. Pryce.
One thing is for certain, the steady flow of high quality step-by-step information being made available at HDRPhotographyPro.com is sure to enrich the photographic community and lead to stunning digital art for public consumption.
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To check out the complete pano stitching solutions workflow, click here: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com/panoramas/
Visit the official website to learn about the exclusive 10 video HDR techniques mini-course, click here now to find out more: http://www.hdrphotographypro.com
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