HDR Efex Pro Online Webinar Recording
On September 19, 2011 Christine Hauber and I taught a live online webinar on how to use Nik Software’s HDR Efex Pro. The two hour recording is now available for purchase and download.
Two hours of instruction on how to take and process HDR photographs.
Click here to order your digital download
of this webinar recording for just $39.95
In this two hour video we take you through the entire HDR process from start to finish. Highlights of the video include:
How to set up your camera to shoot multiple exposures
How to know how many exposures to take for your particular scene – from 3 exposures to 5 and sometimes as many as 10 exposures
Learn how to process your RAW files in Lightroom and Camera RAW to start the HDR process
A near-complete look at Nik’s HDR Efex Pro software
Learn how to process natural looking and “artistic” HDR photos
Learn how to start with presets, then adjust the preset values to get exactly the look you are after
Understand how presets are created and changed
Know how to create your own presets and even share them with others
Learn how to make global adjustments to adjust the look of your photo
Learn how to use Control Points to adjust selective parts of your photo
Learn how to apply HDR effects to individual, single frame photos
Finish off your photo in Photoshop, Nik’s Color Efex Pro and Silver Efex Pro
After watching this video you will learn enough about HDR and Nik’s HDR Efex Pro to begin creating beautiful and striking HDR images yourself.
“I’ve never done HDR photography before but have the software and so I decided to attend this session to learn the program’s capabilities. Matt certainly knew the program and conveyed this to the class members and I came away with a desire to try a HDR photograph and also knowing that a photo could look natural or unnatural/funky depending on how you choose to process it.” – Sue.
Learn how to process RAW files for HDR in Lightroom and Camera Raw.
What is HDR Photography? HDR stands for High Dynamic Range, or as I like to call it: Highly Dramatic Results. By taking multiple exposures – ideally with the camera on a tripod – and using special software designed to combine the multiple exposures, you can take your photos to new levels of detail, tonal range, and creative expression.
Understand how to use the interface of Nik's HDR Efex Pro.
Purchase this 2 hour video for the same price as what the live webinar event was: just $39.95
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The video file is 640MB and once downloaded you can watch it on your computer or transfer it to your iPad or iPhone.
Learn about using Control Points for selective adjustments.
About Matt Suess:
I began my professional photography career in 1990 and for the next 17 years worked as an award-winning photojournalist, having my work published worldwide. I am a digital pioneer, working with digital imaging since the early 1990′s and helped implement and teach digital image processing to fellow newspaper staff photographers in the late 90′s and early 2000′s. For the last 4 years I have been a full-time artist selling my artwork at fine art festivals throughout the Southwest, with collectors investing in my artwork Worldwide.
Learn how to add finishing touches in Color Efex Pro and SIlver Efex Pro
About Christine Hauber:
Christine began her professional photography career in 1993. A graduate of the Art Institute of Colorado and the University of Colorado, her photographs have been shown in galleries nationally and showcased in B&W and Photo Technique Magazine. The author of the book Working in the USA, Christine has been the subject of several television programs, including the Fine Living Channel’s Radical Sabbatical and CNN’s NewsNight with Aaron Brown and interviewed for such internet and podcast programs as the Candid Frame and Photo Talk Radio. She has been selling her artwork as a full-time artist for the last 5 years. Her website is ChristineHauber.com