50 Ways to Improve Your HDR Photography
Learn How to Take Photos Like the Pros Without Thousands of Dollars of Equipment
Let’s face it, we all want to take better photos. We want to be able to create that one shot that makes people go “wow!”. The good news for you is, you can!
Over the last few years there’s been a huge surge in the popularity of HDR photography, and if there’s one technique that routinely draws oohs and aahs from the crowd – HDR IS IT.
With HDR Photography, photos like this are easily within reach. Best of all, it doesn’t take professional know-how or professional level equipment to create high quality images.
What is HDR?
Many of you out there may not even know what HDR is – you’re just looking to take some kick ass photographs. Well to give you a very brief rundown, HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. In order to create an HDR image you need to take at least three images at multiple exposures, and then use HDR software to combine them into one perfectly exposed image. By doing this, you’re able to create a photo with a range of light that that is much higher than what traditional camera technology can produce.
See the example below where the two images on the left and right were combined to create the image in the middle.:
Does all of this sound expensive? Don’t worry it doesn’t have to be!
While there are dozens of software programs out there for HDR that cost a lot of money, there are also some fantastic free optons as well. That’s right, all it takes is a basic camera that has the ability to adjust the controls manually, a piece of free software and you’re ready to rock! Some cameras work better than others, but there’s a very good chance that your old point and shoot will work just fine.
The problem I have with almost every single photography guide I’ve seen is the fact that they’re all made by professionals for professionals (or wanna be professionals). They use lots of technical jargon, advanced Photoshop techniques, and when I was starting out, it was all pretty over my head.
I want to change that. HDR photography isn’t that hard, and I want to help even the most novice photographer learn how to take the most incredible photos of their lives using the technique.
If you can’t tell, I’m not a professional photographer.
But, I do know how to take some pretty stunning photographs – and now you are going to learn how to do the same.
Learn How to Make Your Photos Not Suck
This book is for beginning HDR photographers who want to improve their photos as fast as possible.
You aren’t going to find super crazy in depth tutorials here. You won’t find images that were shot with $10,000 worth of camera equipment. You’re going to get the fifty best tips I’ve learned for how to improve your HDR right now.
Inside there are over 30 full color beautiful HDR photos taken from all over the world with my Nikon D5000. I have under $1,000 of camera equipment, and the same results can be had with gear that costs less than $250.
This is the everyman’s guide to HDR photography.
Who is This Not For?
This is not for advanced HDR photographers who are looking to take their craft to the next level. If you criticized any of the photos on this page, then this probably isn’t the guide for you.
Some features of the guide:
- Full color 66 page ebook that you can download immediately
- Learn what the two very best free AND premium HDR software options are.
- Discover how to take an HDR photo of a rapidly moving subject
- The biggest secret to creating a spectacular HDR photo
- Essential ways to improve your photos even further with Adobe Photoshop
- Learn the VERY BEST places to go to get unparalleled information about photgraphy
- 50 practical tips relating to mindset, equipment, shooting, post processing and more that you can begin applying RIGHT NOW
- Money Back Guarantee – If your photos don’t improve, I don’t want your money!
If you’re looking to get into HDR photography this guide is an excellent tool that will help you to see what’s really possible with your camera. There’s one thing I can promise you, if you apply the knowledge you’re going to gain in this book, you’re photographs are going to look better than you ever thought they could.