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Denver Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom Lessons

Photography Tutoring in Denver

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HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography Lessons

Capture images that you never thought you could...

HDR has caught the imagination of a lot of people over the past few years, and with improved software and dropping prices just about anyone can create amazing photos with this process.  

HDR photography can take many forms.  It can be used simply as a way to increase the dynamic range of a photo giving more details than normal.  On the other end of the spectrum it can be used to create utterly surreal imagery from even the most mundane objects.   Learning how to create images with High Dynamic Range techniques allows you to see the world in a new and unique ways.  It also allows you to capture images that you never thought possible (and would not be possible without HDR).

  • HDR camera techniques for best results.
  • HDR composition techniques.
  • Software training (HDR requires special software during post production).
  • and more...

Part 1: "Field instruction" teaching camera techniques to gather your source images.
Part 2: Software techniques and HDR image processing.

Prerequisite knowledge: This class assumes you have a working knowledge of your camera's functions and understand the basics of exposure and depth of field. It will help if you also have some base experience with either Lightroom, Aperture, or Photoshop (not required).

Your Instructor

tewksbury

My goal is always to teach WHY a technique works, not just HOW it's done. This is the fundamental difference between Big Sun training and most other photo courses who teach only by route. By learning the reasons behind the practice, you are able to move forward on your own, breaking away from the mundane and expanding your creativity.


 As with any service you should research what/whom you are investing in to ensure the right fit.

I encourage you to review my own work before signing up for any photography class.

Gene Tewksbury
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