Capturing HDR Images at Drayton

Premium Video Preview: Log in or become a member to get full access.
Duration: 8:37

Membership Options

Premium

Sign up for premium membership and get access to our best outdoor photography videos. Learn new photography techniques and tips from friendly professional photographers. Anytime. Anywhere.
Monthly $7.00
Annually $54.00

Gold

Upgrade to GOLD membership and get unlimited access to our entire library of premium outdoor photography videos, receive discounts on DVDs, video downloads, and classes in the shop. In addition, you’ll receive eight video downloads, two full-length classes, self-study educational tracks, access to GOLD member LIVE events, and so much more!
Annually $114.00

Historic Drayton Hall in Charleston, South Carolina offers interesting architectural patterns. In this video, professional shooter Tony Sweet photographs a series of stone antechambers in high dynamic range. You will learn how to create HDR images that capture the full details of these high contrast type of subjects.

Using a 14mm lens and six different, full-stop exposures, Tony frames the stone archway opening onto bright sky, trees, and lawn. He also shoots a lineup of stone vestibules in the vertical and horizontal formats. The processed files assembled in editing solve the problems of dark shadows and bright highlights, and the finished HDR images capture the full tonal range.

opg-next-session

See all of the videos in our Visual Artistry Course: