Applying Targeted Adjustments in HDR Efex Pro

by Allisa Carter on December 3, 2012

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I love the “wow” fac­tor of high dynamic range images, but even just think­ing about the process of cre­at­ing them usu­ally stresses me out. Well, thanks to Tim Grey’s new course Nik HDR Efex Pro 2.0 Work­shop, I’m no longer intim­i­dated by the idea of cre­at­ing HDR images. In fact, I’m kind of excited about try­ing it!

In this course Tim shows you around the HDR Efex Pro inter­face and set­tings, then goes on to demon­strate how to make over­all tonal and color adjust­ments, use con­trol points to apply selec­tive adjust­ments, and reset adjust­ments or go back in the his­tory. As always, you’ll ben­e­fit from Tim’s vast expe­ri­ence in the form of tips and sug­ges­tions that will pre­vent you from mak­ing frus­trat­ing mistakes.

In this free les­son Tim shows you how to use con­trol points to make a tar­geted adjust­ment to an image in HDR Efex Pro. You’ll see how to add con­trol points to an image and decide where to place them for max­i­mum effect. Take a look — I’m sure you will be as inspired by this course as I was.

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