You don’t know what settings you should be using to capture the best-bracketed photos.
You struggle with the range of tones you’re able to capture, and need ways to extend that range.
You lack a complete grasp of the tools available to evaluate and combine files.
Master the art of exposure blending.
Your camera is only capable of capturing a certain range between pitch-black shadows and bright white highlights. In this course, I’ll teach you how to stretch that range and capture the full range of tones by combining multiple exposures together.Buy Now
Master bracketing to produce the best photographs in extreme lighting situations. Extend the range of tones you’re able to capture and get the best range of dynamics. Expertly combine bracketed photos, with tools to solve every scenario.
“This course opened my eyes to a lot of opportunities to make my photos better.”
“Lots of valuable insight and tools. Great examples and the practice files really upped my game.”
“This course has changed my whole approach to processing. I’ve been scared to venture into this area because I hate the HDR look. Now I can nail exposure blending!!”
“If you’re shooting a scene with a wide dynamic range and you’re not sure your camera can capture the entire brightness range in a single file, then you’ve got to know how to shoot a bracket. This is a skill that comes in handy in a lot of situations.”
I’ll talk about the various situations where you may want to capture a bracketed sequence and I’ll walk you through some of the pros and cons of the technique. I also give a detailed ex...
I show you how to determine if it’s necessary to combine multiple exposures and I’ll teach you the steps to properly combine multiple exposures in Adobe Camera Raw. Several examples are...
One of the most common problems with exposure blending is ghosting, where something in the photo moved while the bracketed sequence was being captured so it appears in multiple positions in the ble...
Learn how to use the Merge to HDR function to create layers that will blend easily and seamlessly with a single photograph. This technique is useful in many situations to fix portions of a photogra...