Intro to HDR Photography: Shooting and Editing High Dynamic Range | Learn with macphun | Matt Suess | Skillshare

Intro to HDR Photography: Shooting and Editing High Dynamic Range | Learn with macphun

Matt Suess, Fine Art Photographer

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6 Lessons (32m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:53
    • 2. What is HDR Photography?

      3:54
    • 3. Camera Setup

      6:32
    • 4. Shooting HDR Photos

      7:45
    • 5. HDR Editing Basics

      11:32
    • 6. Explore Photo Classes on Skillshare

      0:36

About This Class

Just what is HDR photography all about? Join photographer Matt Suess in an Arizona ghost town, and learn how he creates artistic, high-contrast scenes that jump off the screen.

HDR stands for high dynamic range, a photography technique that mimics what the eye can see, merging multiple bracketed exposures into one vibrant image. Perfect for scenic landscapes, building interiors, and – in this case – vintage Americana, HDR allows you to bring out surreal detail in your highlights and shadows.

In this 30-minute class, Matt walks through:

  • The basics of HDR and its uses 
  • How to set up your camera and shoot HDR photos
  • Editing tips and presets 

So pack your DSLR, your sense of adventure, and a free trial of Macphun’s Aurora HDR, and tag along with Matt Suess on a breathtaking photo journey that will inspire you to see things in a different light. 

 

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