by Larry Jordan Adobe Premiere Pro CC supports four codecs for HDR output: H.264 HEVC JPEG 2000 XAVC-Intra However, there’s nothing online about HOW to export these and retain the high dynamic range images. Recently, in talking with Adobe, I discovered they have an unpublished guide to exporting and compressing HDR media. I was given permission to […]Read more "Adobe Premiere Pro CC: HDR Compression Guide"
by Patrick Southern, moviola High Dynamic Range video is now all over Netflix, Amazon, YouTube and Vimeo. In December of 2017, Apple released Final Cut Pro X 10.4, which includes new color correction tools, along with an HDR color pipeline. In this webinar, we’ll walk through the basics of HDR, from setting up your Library […]Read more "Getting Started with HDR in Final Cut Pro X"
October 8, 2015 by Trey Ratcliff HDR (High Dynamic Range) is still a relatively new way to create photos. I’ve traveled around the world and shot with many incredible photographers. After we shoot, we get together to compare techniques and post-process photos late into the night. Over time I’ve crafted a best-of-breed solution that will […]Read more "HDR Tutorial – How to Make Beautiful HDR Photos with Ease!"
July 15, 2015 by Info Parrot Lightroom Presets is what we are presenting today. This a great big collection of absolutely free and paid Adobe Lightroom 4/5/6 presets. These presets listed below have been collected from various sources, still – i’m sure there are so many other sources who are sharing nice presets for free. […]Read more "400+ Best Free Presets For Adobe Lightroom"
December 26, 2014 by Peter Sanitra of NoEmotion Welcome to NoEmotion HDRs. Would you have a use for 150 free HDRs? This post is for you! Please use the links in the main menu to start downloading your HDRs. If you want to know more about this webpage and its creators, and about the process […]Read more "Freebie: 150 NoEmotion HDR’s"
July 15, 2013 by Mel Martin (Thanks to Mark Beales for posting) Thalia Lapse HD/R is an unwieldy name but an app that does something that has been a bit of a holy grail for iPhone photographers. The app takes time lapse sequences, but that’s not the unique part. This U.S. $2.99 app takes multiple […]Read more "Thalia Lapse HD/R lets you take high quality timelapse HDR movies on your iPhone"
September 8, 2011 by Rich Harrington – Scott Bourne, http://3exposure.com Photography has been around a long time. One of the reasons for that is the constant innovation and improvement in technique and craft surrounding photography. Another reason is the invention of interesting styles or genres. Enter time lapse, HDR and panoramic photography. While HDR is […]Read more "A New Website about Everything Timelapse, HDR, and Panoramic Photography"