HDR starts with taking multiple exposures. Learn how to set up Exposure Bracketing on various camera models.
Learn how to set up your camera to overcome lighting challenges in interiors with bright light coming through the windows. This exposure bracketing technique will let you take perfectly exposed real estate interiors without lighting equipment.
Watch tutorials on using Photomatix Pro with landscape and real estate photos.
Learn how to use Photomatix Pro with just one exposure, with one of those three HDR with a single RAW file techniques.
Auto Exposure Bracketing settings (number of bracketed frames, max EV step increment and burst rate) for various camera models from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Olympus, Fuji and other camera manufaturers.
Shows you the exposures to take when photographing a very high contrast scene (e.g. room interior with a bright window), based on two metering readings.
Advanced bracketing control for DSLRs. Useful for HDR time-lapse and for cameras with limited bracketing options.
Definition, terminology and information on the technical/scientific concepts behind HDR imaging in layman terms.
Practically oriented guide by Ferrell McCollough, well illustrated and with technical advices you will not find anywhere else.
High Dynamic Range Imaging for Photographers and CG Artists by Christian Bloch: In-depth exploration of all aspects of HDR imaging and techniques, including practical tips, artist interviews, and step-by-step tutorials.