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    Default Hdr???

    I've seen several post that reference HDR. When I try to search in the forums I cannot find any reference. The technique gives some great results and I would like to learn some more about it.

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    I could not find anything here either. I am sure there is but it evades me.

    This link should help explain it all

    HDR How to

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    This tutorial should help : HDR Tutorial | High Dynamic Range Tutorial


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    Stuck in Custom's blog is where I began my HDR training, definitely recommended.

    His E-books are also quiet affordable and I found them very useful as a beginner.

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    Default Helpful articles for starting with HDR

    Check out this article on HDR. It is a good start for beginners. Simple language and easy to implement steps.

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    I appreciate everyones replies.

    Ruchika_2011 your link is the simplest explanation.

    From what I can gather it is done on PS CS. I'm still doing some research but it's a low priority right now.

    I did found this information on Adobe's website Adobe Photoshop CS5 * High dynamic range images

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    There's boatloads of vids on YT with decent walkthrus. Here's some for HDR in CS5
    cs5 hdr pro - YouTube
    Just search for whichever photo program you're using, version, and it's probably there. Good luck and happy snapping

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