photo by Jay Pierstorff
HDR Photography - Jay Pierstorff, Instructor
HDR or High Dynamic Range photography produces some of the most amazing images made today. These photographs can have a distinctive look often described as magical or surreal. HDR has gone from a curiosity to an important tool for photographers. In this one-day workshop, you will learn how to take HDR images with your digital camera and process them on your computer. You will learn the principles behind producing these unique images, the camera settings needed, the techniques and the software programs required. Then head out on the Desert Museum grounds to try these techniques first hand. Return to the classroom process these exposures into actual HDR photos! This class is for everyone interested in HDR photography. You may bring a camera, tripod and laptop computer with photo editing software installed to class.
Dates: Oct 28, 2012 - Oct 28, 2012
Course ID: 1659 (HDRF12)