Texture has been used by many Digital Photographers to bring their photography to the next level. I have used texture in my work and I believe that there is a texture revolution going on in the digital photography world.
Part 2 of the tutorial on creating HDR photography using Photomatix Pro.
How to make an HDR image using Photomatix Pro. Photomatix Pro is in my opinion the best software for generating High Dynamic Range images. This is a simple tutorial on using the software.
HDR photography is the process of bringing out the highlights and shadows in a picture to show more detail or get a specific “feel” to the image. Different photographers use HDR for different reasons. I have used it to capture and show more detail within an image or capture a more realistic representation of the original scene.
We all have our “go to” photography and creative resources. My main resources are:
I see this question all the time, either in email, twitter, yahoo answers, all over the place. So I decided I would take 5 minutes and do a quick and dirty how to video about the process I use to achieve this effect.
Today I got the chance to get out and shoot a little more with the new Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye Lens. Here are a few of the shots.
You see as an artist you find yourself sometimes stuck or in need of inspiration. Before I had this approach to instant inspiration I would be searching books, videos, online and all kinds of multimedia for something that gave me that spark. Now….
As a photographer I find myself always searching for better ways to compose an image. Composition is really one of the ways that I am always exploring.
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