How To Do HDR Photography
What you'll learn
- What is HDR Photography
- What Photography Gear will You Need
- What Software to Use
- How to take the best HDR photographs
- How to Edit HDR photographs
- How to do Exposure Bracketing for HDR Photography
- Camera DSLR or Mirrorless, Any camera will work
- Computer with Photography Editing Software
- No Experience Needed to Learn HDR Photography
Join me in amazing Thailand, and learn how I create artistic, high-contrast scenes that mimics what our eyes see.
HDR stands for high dynamic range, a photography technique that, merging multiple bracketed exposures into one vibrant image. Perfect for scenic landscapes, building interiors, and any photograph where the highlights and shadows are so far apart. Our cameras are not able to capture the complete dynamic range as we see it. HDR allows us to bring out amazing details in our photographs highlights and shadows.
In this course, I will walk you through:
The basics of HDR and its uses
How to set up your camera and shoot HDR photos
You don't have to be an expert in photography. You don't need all the latest professional camera gear.
Photography is photography and it's all the same.
What you will learn still applies whether you're a beginner or an expert, regardless of what equipment you use.
There's certain fundamentals of HDR photography we will talk about.
Certain things that we do differently than in other forms of photography.
So we're going to talk about what those are.
We're going to look at pictures that I've taken.
And we're going to analyze, and I'm going to walk you through the thought process on what I am thinking as I take each one of these pictures.
We're going to do some projects. Not very difficult.
You don't need anything fancy gear.
All I want you to do is go out and take some pictures.
But when you're taking these pictures, I want you to think, I want you to apply what you learned in the course.
After this course, You will see the world in a whole new way and your pictures will go from being snapshots to a thing of beauty.
I look forward to seeing your pictures in the project section.
If you're ready. Let's get started.
Who this course is for:
- Photography Hobbyist who want to learn how to do HDR Photography
- Any Skill Level in Photography
Jay Scovel has been a professional photographer for over 30 year. He owned a Photography Studio in Springfield, Missouri from 2000 to 2017. Jay got his start in photography at the age of 19 while serving in the United States Army. He brought his first SLR camera at a pawn shop out side of Fort Knox Kentucky. Jay soon found that he loved taking pictures.
After completing his tour of duty in the Army, Jay moved back home. His love for photography grew more with each passing day. So Jay enrolled with NYIP "New York Institute of Photography". From there he learned everything he could about photography. It was in 2000 that Jay opened his studio. At first he wanted to just focus on "Family Photography" but soon found himself doing more and more weddings. That lead to Jay running a successful Wedding Photography business.
Jay retied his studio in 2017, when he moved to Thailand. Jay's love for photography is still just as strong today as it was when he take his first picture at the age of 19. Today you can still find Jay wondering around Thailand with camera in toll. Jay has developed a fondness for macro photography and HDR photography. HDR and landscapes he finds look good together.
Jay has also started teaching photography online with "Udemy" and "SkillShare. He hopes that in some way others can learn and grow to love photography as much as he does.