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Tips on HDR Photo Editing

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HDR Photo Editing using Nik Software

Tips on HDR Photo editing

HDR photography and Photo Editing are fun. Have you ever tried them?

I just posted an article about Nik Software HDR Efex Pro. Now you can do HDR in Lightroom and Photoshop but still some third part softwares offer even more power for fine adjustment.

I use Lightroom/Photoshop HDR on regular bases but once in a while I really enjoy the controls that Nik Software HDR Efex pro has to offer.

Nik software HDR Efex Pro Tip:

Here we go with a discussion about another plugin from Nik Software tutorials.  I’ve covered all the plugins from Nik Software before but I still believe that HDR Efex Pro is one the best HDR plugins in the market! First let’s have a quick look at the features.

Quick look at HDR Efex Pro

Experience all the power, control, and creative expression your camera has to offer with HDR Efex Pro, the essential new high dynamic range imaging standard designed to help photographers quickly and easily achieve the full spectrum of HDR enhancements from the realistic to artistic.

By combining innovative and best-in-class technologies, including unrivaled tone mapping algorithms, proprietary U Point® technology, and powerful ghosting control, HDR Efex Pro provides the power, control, and precision for anyone to create stunning high dynamic range photographs.

The Power of HDR

•Complete all-in-one HDR imaging toolkit with intuitive, fast, and easy operation.

•U Point technology powered selection tools for fast precise enhancements of contrast, shadow, structure, and saturation adjustments permit localized

fine-tuning for a completely finished look.

•Multiple proprietary tone mapping algorithms with powerful adjustment controls yield a wide variety of HDR styles and superior results.

•Scores of presets organized into categories enable amazing one-click HDR

image processing.

•Advanced technology for automatic image alignment and ghosting removal.

•Ability to create the HDR “look” from single images.

That is all for now. Stay tuned for more information.

Ted and the Omnilargess Team

Here is a sample of HDR Editing by using Nik Software HDE Efex Pro:

 

HDR Photo

Normal shooting

HDR Photo

HDR Adjustment

 

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