Forget HDR Software - 5 Ways To Blend Any Exposures in Photoshop
Forget HDR Software – 5 Ways To Blend Any Exposures In Photoshop
In this week’s tutorial, I show you 5 ways to blend any exposures in Photoshop. Anyone who has followed my website and blog for a while will know that I stopped using any form of HDR software a long time ago. I believe that, while certain software offers us an easy solution, nothing is as good as the human eye, working with the original exposures, to give us the cleanest possible images, free from noise, halos and other forms of image degradation.
In this tutorial we cover Rapid Blend If, Apply Image, Luminosity Masks, Gradient Masks and Color Range.
If you’d like to learn more about exposure blending, please see the links below.
Luminosity mask tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRenNPnr1No9RAFftNZ_iWEoijpQDrGAH
Apply Image and Rapid Blend If: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRenNPnr1No8oR8PNx1mgzKmBh-0IbnoE
6 thoughts on “Forget HDR Software – 5 Ways To Blend Any Exposures In Photoshop”
Nice job sensei
Hi, I just donwload your easy panel. Could you give me the link of tutorial of this easy panel ? Please help
Thanks Jimmy, I bought Raya Pro and use it everyday! The masterclass is also great, didn’t find the time to watch it entirely yet but I take time to really understand the various techniques. Apply image is aready great. Luminosity masks are my next lesson 😉
a big thank you Jimmy!
By steering some of us away from the old HDR software, you have given us the chance to be our own Pablo Picasso’s… we can sit and paint, blend and retouch our images (canvasses) for hours on end
I bought the old version, is there is any discounted price for update, or I have to get the new version as separte purchase?
Raya Pro 2.0 is released in February 23rd. It will be emailed to you for free.
I hope you enjoy the panel.
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