In our next Free Photo Webinar, we delve into a photography technique called High Dynamic Range.
What is HDR, and why is it important? The range of light to dark that your camera sees is significantly less than your eyes recognize. For a full tonal range, many photographers will shoot one photo at settings the camera suggests, another overexposed, and a third underexposed. Blending the best of these three images using software is what we call High Dynamic Range. It allows you to capture more of the highlights and shadows than you might normally record in a photo.
HDR is one of those techniques that can yield remarkable results -- if you know how to do it correctly. Enter Angela Pan. Angela is a photographer who is using HDR to capture incredible travel photos. She has been recognized as having one of the Best Travel Blogs of 2011 by Washington Flyer Magazine, Best Shot of Fall Foliage by the Travel Channel, and Best Shot of Fall: Honorable Mention from World Journal.
Angela joins us on this month's Free Photo Webinar to show some of her work and share some HDR photography secrets.
See her work at www.abpan.com.
Free Photo Webinars are held every second Tuesday of the month at 7 pm eastern. It's a great destination for photography inspiration and information. I usually invite a guest speaker who can discuss a genre of photography.
To join our HDR discussion on Tuesday, April 10, 2012, register below. I'm looking forward to a great discussion with you and Angela.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
7 pm eastern