Our Top 10 Best of The Web for HDR List AND
(Including Our Collection of Discount Codes, Freebies & Coupons)

Resources & Software We Think Can Help YOU Make & Create Jaw-Dropping Beautiful Digital Images Faster, Better, Easier

 

Photomatix Pro

www.hdrsoft.com

We use it, we love it. No getting around it, this is our goto software of choice that we turn to time and time again to make us look good.
 
Update :: Use Exclusive Coupon Code:    BonusHDRPro15   when you buy to get a 15% discount on your Photomatix Purchase.

 

Photoshop CS

www.adobe.com

People love to hate on Adobe, and there do exist a number of free alternatives, but Photoshop has been a staple in the Digital Image experts toolbox for years.

 

Photomatix Settings Tutorial by Ferrell McCollough

http://beforethecoffee.com/photomatix-tutorial/

Thorough and useful guide that goes into slider settings and other options using photomatix pro for creating high dynamic range images.

 

AEB Specifications by Camera

www.hdr-photography.com/aeb.html

This is a really neat resource I ran across, not sure who put this together but it’s super helpful when comparing or considering cameras.

 

HDR Best Practices Article by Brian Matiash

http://brianmatiash.com

Interesting top 10 list of Brian’s best practice recommendations from choosing the shot, setting exposure and bracketing tips.

 

Bracketing Setting by Camera – Video Tutorials

http://www.hdrsoft.com/resources/index.htm

From our friends at Photomatix, here are some great video tutorials on setting AEB for different camera models. Excellent time saver.

 

HDR Timelapse Post-Production Work-Flow by Patryk Kizny

Timelapse HDR Work-Flow

Process maps and work flows are a time tested secret of high volume photographers. This is a good layout of the post-production steps involved.

 

High Dynamic Range Images – Royal Photographic Society Technical Articles

http://www.guyjbrown.com/technical.html

Great collection of technical journal articles from a long time pro who knows his stuff and has worked hard to push the limits of HDR. Check out some of his work in monochrome if you get a chance, stellar portfolio.

 

Tone Mapping Tutorial

http://www.secondpicture.com/tutorials/photography/tone_mapping.html

Great tone mapping tutorial that simply and directly lays out what is required for success. To the point, the way I like it.

 
 

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