Tony Sweet

HDR Photography Tips for Capturing the Yard

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The old prison yard. Outdoor setting. Light sky. Dark stone. Professional photographer and instructor, Tony Sweet, explains, “This is the perfect candidate for an HDR photo, from deep shade to bright sunlight.”

You will learn that fast exposures work best in this type of exterior setting in order to minimize ghosting of the moving clouds. Tony shoots five exposures, the two overexposures bringing in the shadow data, and the two underexposures capturing the highlights. Tony then does an additional five, rapid exposures to freeze the clouds. After rechecking each histogram, Tony is ready to move into HDR processing.

So join pro photographer, Tony Sweet, in the outdoor area of the prison in this HDR photography video.



HDR Tutorial: Learn How to Capture and Process Images – Course Preview
HDR Photography Tips for Shooting a Cell Block
Processing the Cell Block Using HDR Photography Tips
Capturing the Barber Shop in HDR Photography
Processing the Barber Shop Using HDR Photography Tips
HDR Photography in Al Capone’s Old Prison Cell
HDR Editing Al Capone’s Prison Cell Photo
HDR Photography Tips: Capturing Mixed Lighting
HDR Photography Tips for Post Processing
HDR Photography Tips for Capturing the Yard
HDR Editing of the Yard Photographs
Capturing the Root Cell
Processing the Root Cell
Capturing the Tower Window
Processing the Tower Window
HDR Photography Tutorial: Capturing Window Light
HDR Photography Tutorial: Processing Window Light
HDR Photography Tutorial: Capturing Hall Mirrors
Photo Editing Tutorial for Hall Mirror Images
Capturing the Chaplin’s Office
Processing the Chaplin’s Office

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