Practical HDR by David Nightingale
A complete guide to creating High Dynamic Range images with your Digital SLR (Handbook of the Philosophy of Science)

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HDR is both a technical solution to the limitations of digital camera sensors, and a creative tool that can give any image much more impact - but it is not without its pitfalls, and it's essential to understand these if you want to take full advantage of this innovative technique. The second edition of David Nightingale's successful Practical HDR is completely updated with the latest techniques and technologies in HDR. Practical HDR provides you with an abundance of step-by-step examples that will quickly make you an expert on the theory and practice of shooting and processing HDR images, allowing you to get the best possible results every time.

As well as practical advice on shooting and processing, the book also contains a global showcase of inspirational HDR images - you will quickly find that HDR offers unparralleled opportunities for indulging your creative instincts, from photo-realistic to hyper-realism.


About David Nightingale

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Steve Luck has combined his interest in photography with a career in publishing by managing and developing a growing series of books on digital imaging published by Ilex Press. As well as exploring the world of digital photography Steve began to immerse himself in the new technologies of Photoshop and other digital-imaging applications. He has co-authored a number of books on digital photography and imaging including Photoshop Elements: Drop-dead Photography Techniques (Ilex), The Digital Photographer's Guide to Photoshop Elements (Ilex), Go Digital (Taschen), as well as authoring his first solo title Foundation Course: Digital Photography (Cassell), all of which have featured his own photography.
Published December 20, 2011 by Focal Press. 176 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Arts & Photography, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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