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Normally when you are creating a High Dynamic Range picture, 3 or more images that have been taken at different stops are blended to create 1 photo with all the ...
Obviously you are going to need a computer, and your picture you wish to HDR-ify. The software I used was CS5, but other versions of Photoshop will probably work too. If you ...
The first thing you want to do is pick your picture. It does not have to be spectacular. It is good though to select something with some potential, with things like ...
Open Photoshop and import your picture. (Do not make any layers ye.t) The first thing you are going to do is go to Image>Adjustments>Shadows/Highlights. Set Shadows, as well ...
Now you want to create a copy of the first layer. (Right click on background, open "Duplicate Layer", click OK.) After that is done, make sure that the ...
Now you are going to create a copy of the original layer and move it to the top. Go to Filter>Blur>Gaussian Blur. This opens a window; you will want to set ...
I think there is a very apparent difference between these 2 pictures. The new HDR'ed one has a sharper, crisper look to it. It also was brightened up quite a bit. ...
If you want to get more advanced, start experimenting with layer selection tools, and only edit certain parts. For example you could brighten up an area, and darken others before starting.
Here are some example of fake HDR photos. If this method worked well for you, I would love to see some examples in the comments!
guide to HDR photographyby biozz
My HDR =Dby juniboii
Photoshop Tutorial: Creating HDR Imagesby Fiberflex
How to color a black and white photoby 际夏
FHDR Photography + Stitchingby kaiwashere
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