Evaluate Your Image For HDR – Histogram Tool Explained

Have you ever got lost in some complex photo editing technique to find out in the end that exactly the same effect could have been achieved with much simpler tool? In today's video we will take a closer look at High Dynamic Range photography and discuss when your photos will benefit from it and when it is simply not needed at all.

We will take a deep dive into evaluating images with the Histogram tool - as understanding how it works sets the basis for any efficient workflow.

 

 


Curious and want to learn more? This video is part of video course "HDR Photography - The Complete Workflow" - feel free to check out the course's description and see you inside!

 

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Hi, I'm Kasia! I’m a fine art photographer, artist, digital publisher and instructor. I have founded Digital Art Classes - online academy, where through range of photography courses I share my experience, the tools and techniques that help others create meaningful, compelling artwork. Welcome here. Read more

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