We will demonstrate how to get the most of Lightroom’s Photomerge command and its image development and enhancement features to get more control over the dynamic range of your images.
In this Advanced Lightroom CC course we examine HDR imaging and its ability to merge multiple exposures into an all-new Digital Negative (DNG) file. This file provides you with even more precise control over shadows, highlights, clarity and contrast—with minimal changes to your shooting and post-production workflow. We will demonstrate how to get the most of Lightroom’s Photomerge command and its image development and enhancement features to get more control over the dynamic range of your images. We will provide tips for shooting HDR photos, creating black and white versions of images and combining Lightroom with Photoshop and Photomatix Pro.
This course requires a level of expertise in Lightroom, or that you have completed the BRD Lightroom introductory course.
What is the target audience?
Perfectly suited for wedding, landscape and fashion photographers, plus other photography specialists.
- - Introduction
- - Shooting HDR photos
- - Sorting HDR images after import
- - How Lightroom is different from Photoshop’s Merge to HDR Pro
- - Organise and naming strategies for merged files
- - Additional ghosting strategies
- - Shooting strategies for black and white images
- - The Creative Cloud connection
- - Summary
Certificate of Completion presented to all learners who have completed our courses.