The HDR Handbook

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The high dynamic range imaging is a fascinating method to develop your photos! Besides comprehensive updates, I have considerably expanded the HDR-Handbook. New techniques and alternative software, especially in the field of HDR-panoramas, are presented and discussed. As usual, I have given detailed descriptions of the new techniques in 17 different workshops. In addition, there are three workflow-journals of shootings included (Toy Train, Cube Houses, The Oberoi Grand), giving a detailed description of the entire process from the planning to the post-processing which are necessary for the creation of a HDRI. Additional Infos on the Galileo-Website/booksite (in German)




Fotoreise durch Nordindien

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Basics of HDR-Photography

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In this first workshop, I want talk about the basic knowledge, demands and give definitions for the terms of HDR-photography. What content-related and technical pre-requisites are necessary for the successful start in HDR-photography and what do the terms, which are mentioned in this process, mean?

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The makers of PSD-Tutorials have created a workshop-DVD, which excel all others. The 170 tutorials display extraordinary, all-encompassing and detailed lessons about digital photography. Alone the PDF-files of the tutorials entail 3,800 pages of pure photographic knowledge. Numerous experts illustrate different genres and applications within the fields of photography.

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Back to the Roots

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With a new tutorial-series about travel photography in India, I will discuss the technical aspects, in addition to the local conditions of the settings and the evolution of the pictures and the picture series. Thus, this tutorial-series is a travelogue combined with technical information. My personal experiences as well as tricks and tips for traveling and photographing in India, will play a major role, hereby The first part, in a series of eight parts, was recently published online in PSD-Tutorials. A mandatory free-of-charge registration is required, if you want to read the tutorial.

Here you can access the travelogue (German language).


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