Turn your JPEG Photos into HDR Images

Turn your JPEG Photos into HDR Images

By Bob Taylor

In this tutorial, PaintShop Professional Bob Taylor shows you how to easily turn an ordinary JPEG photo into a stunning HDR image, using the HDR Merge function. You will learn how to create duplicate layers of your original photo, and then adjust the brightness and contrast on each to create versions that are overexposed, underexposed and normal. Then it’s simply a matter of bringing those photos into the HDR Merge tool and clicking Process. You can choose from a variety of HDR presets, or use the sliders to manually adjust the image to your liking.

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Comments (2)

  • Barry Reply

    The way for me to learn is to follow each step as you do it in your videos,
    In the ‘Turning Jpeg images to HDR images” all was going well until the photo’s with layers were all done
    he said delete the images, so I did as he did, he found his in his organiser at the bottom, mine are not there ?
    where would they be, how do I get them there like he did after doing everything he did to this point

    April 29, 2018 at 6:15 am
    • Adam Reply

      Hello Barry,

      Which folder do you have selected in the organizer? In this tutorial, Bob has pre-selected the folder where those images are saved to, which means that as they are saved they will show up in the organizer. If you have a different folder selected, you will need to navigate to the folder where your images were saved in order to see them.

      Hope this helps,

      Discovery Center Team

      May 1, 2018 at 10:44 pm

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