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New Meetup: High Dynamic Range- A Hand's-On Workshop for Beginners & Experienced

From: Sarah B.
Sent on: Saturday, November 13, 2010 8:07 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for New Orleans Photography EXPERIENCE!

What: High Dynamic Range- A Hand's-On Workshop for Beginners & Experienced

When: Saturday, December 18,[masked]:00 PM

Price: $18.00 per person

Where: Private Residence
606 Florida Blvd. 1 blk off Canal Blvd. corner Hawthorne Lakeview
New Orleans, LA 70124
(504)[masked]

High Dynamic Range Photography is a method for merging multiple exposures of the same scene in order to reveal an amazing range of detail in even the darkest or lightest areas of the image. HDR images are commonly used to reveal the detail in architecture and landscape scenes. This workshop will provide an introduction to selecting subjects suitable for HDR techniques, capturing images, and processing HDR images using the two most popular software options: PhotoMatix (hdrsoft.com) and DynamicPhoto (mediachance.com). Participants are encouraged to download the demo versions of both software packages prior to the workshop and/or bring their own images for hands-on instruction.

Suggested Materials: Laptop computer, Demo versions of PhotoMatix & DynamicPhoto, selected images in either RAW or JPEG format that you would like to see converted to HDR. For best results: 3 exposures of the same image (-1, 0, +1) should be taken of the same scene using a tripod. Individual exposures in RAW can also be used. Single JPEG images can be processed using a ?pseudoHDR? technique that often produces very acceptable results.

RSVP to this Meetup:
http://www.meetup.com/NewOrleansPhotographers/calendar/15434181/

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