Advanced Exposure for HDR

Advanced Exposure for HDR Photography Workshop

Do you want to learn how to do HDR photography? HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. Digital cameras don’t have as wide dynamic range as human eye. Thanks to digital photo editing techniques we can get closer to what our eyes can see in scene. There are several ways to create an HDR image. But the main key in HDR is understanding the light. In Advanced Exposure and metering workshop on September 27th for Abbotsford, Langley, Chilliwack Fraser Valley BC, I am going to cover all the secrets about HDR photography, which is EXPOSURE, Contrast, Tones, and Metering Mode.

Understanding Zone system and contrast help you to set the Exposure in camera properly to capture as many light levels as possible to create a picture the same way that human eyes can see.

But of course you can push the limits to create an artistic image.


There are few more spots available for this workshop. Please visit the workshop page to register for this class.


Please check our Photography Seminar Page to find a workshop that you want to join. You are more than welcome to send us your suggestions about new photography or image editing classes. We will add all the ideas to our future workshops.

Ted and Omnilargess Team

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