Removing HDR Ghosts

by Allisa Carter on June 17, 2012

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So you’ve got the most amaz­ing shot lined up — lots of drama and con­trast and you can see the result in your mind’s eye, but the darks are so dark and the lights are so light that your cam­era can’t han­dle it. Never fear, HDR is here! Tim Grey’s new work­shop Get­ting Started with HDR will show you how to use high dynamic range tech­niques to cre­ate that great image you see in your mind. In this course, Tim takes you through the process of cap­tur­ing mul­ti­ple images at dif­fer­ent expo­sure set­tings, then com­bin­ing them to get the best of each, and finally opti­miz­ing the HDR image.

You’ll also learn how to deal with com­mon prob­lems that you may encounter when work­ing with HDR images. For exam­ple, when some­thing moves in between your HDR shots, the result will be a ghost when you com­bine the images. Tim shows you how to deal with that prob­lem in this free lesson. Take a look and have fun with this excit­ing technique!

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