We all know that HDR photos are awesome. But have you ever considered experimenting with HDR at night? Click through to learn more!
Emily Fulford has been a Corel employee for more than 5 years and has been using Corel products since she was 12 years old. Her expertise with CorelDRAW Graphics Suite has led her to become a Subject Matter Expert. Currently, she works as a Discovery Center Video Producer and Product Trainer. Emily has many artistic talents, including drawing and painting, and she is passionate about marine photography. She has even written an illustrated children's book! Emily offers personalized One-on-One training sessions on any topic of your choice.Tutorials by Emily Fulford
High Dynamic Range or HDR Exposure Merge lets you combine two or more photos of the same scene that were taken with different exposure settings. For high-contrast scenes, such as sunsets or other backlit situations, it means that you can pull the perfect exposure for the foreground, mid-ground, and background into one image. Taking photos for HDR processing takes a little planning but the results are worth it.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create an awesome nighttime HDR photo!
See below for the before photos used to create the night HDR image.