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Thursday 10th July 2014

<strong>Greg, Dave and Mike

Greg, Dave and Mike


Club members Mike Owden, Greg Foster and Dave Hollingsworth each gave their own descriptions relating to HDR (High Dynamic Range) and Photoshop techniques.

HDR is a set of techniques used in imaging and photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity than possible using standard digital imaging or photographing techniques. It is achieved by capturing and then combining different exposures of the same subject matter.

Mike demonstrated his own ideas of different lighting effects and scenes, using Photoshop CS3, to complete some of his successful aircraft images.

Greg concentrated more on obtaining HDR whilst in Raw mode, enabling one to work on the same file throughout.

Dave showed images taken around his home using multiple shots of the same scene.

Many thanks to the threesome for preparing and presenting for the evening, which undoubtedly gave the audience a good incite into this technique, together with a few ideas to try out themselves.