Learn about merging several images together into one HDR image
- [Instructor] Here's a photograph of my piano…looking towards the window.…It's all rather dark, although the trumpet lamp…lights up the sheet music well.…So here's a brighter version of that image,…in which the piano keyboard is much clearer.…The problem now is that the view for the window…is so bright, there's no detail in there at all.…So here's a third image with a much lower exposure,…in which we can clearly see the view through the window.…The challenge is to combine the three images…to produce a single perfect shot…in which everything is visible,…and that's where we turn to the high dynamic range…or HDR technique.…
To make our HDR image, we start by tapping the plus button…which brings us the Affinity Photo loading screen,…and we'll tap New HDR merge.…We need to choose our images,…so I'll tap the cloud icon,…and we'll go to our Affinity Photo folder…and here I'll choose HDR1, that's loaded,…to load the rest of the images.…We can repeat the process.…HDR2…and HDR3.…
Those are the three images we want.…We can now go ahead and tap the OK button…
This course was created and produced by Steve Caplin. We are honored to host this training in our library.
- Adjusting color
- Working with selections
- Adding adjustments and filters
- Inserting text
- Correcting lens distortion
- Retouching skin
- Creating HDR images
Skill Level Beginner
1. Image Enhancement
2. Creating a Jazz Poster
3 Working with RAW Images
4. Special Effects
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