February 2014 HDR INSIDER Project Winner!

February 2014 HDR INSIDER Project Winner!

The winner of this month’s project and the Black, White and Beyond:The Digital Zone System training package is is ZIONSTRUMPETER1!  This version is great as it almost exactly resembles the scene that I photographed.  Although the scene was a bit more purple than this...

HDR Concert #15 is Live!

Happy Halloween! HDR Concert #15 is up and running on the Concert page!   This will be the last Concert hosted on EverydayHDR.  But don’t fret!  I have another venue for something similar and I will be announcing it very...

How to Composite Photos

In light of the newest HDR Concert, I figured it would be a good idea to bring back an old Compositing tutorial that is relevant to the Concert.  Compositing photos is a lot easier than you think, it just takes a bit of knowledge of Photoshop and some selection tools...

No Concert this Month

Due to some laborious tasks and the almost completion of my latest eBook, I am tapped out!  No HDR Concert this month.  Stay tuned for next month! Feel free to stroll on through the Concert Page to check out Concerts from the...

No HDR Concert for May

So I know this monthly Concert thing has become a routine for many people and I think that is awesome!  However, this month there will not be an HDR Concert.  The family and I will be driving to Austin to visit some great friends of ours.  These concerts are a bit of...
HDR Concert #13 is Live!

HDR Concert #13 is Live!

Len Murtha provided this month’s HDR Concert.  What an awesome set of brackets to work with too, I know I have said it a lot, but they were just so easy to work with.  Free of distortion, noise, lens vignettes… the list goes on! Check out the entries this...
Trapping Light

Trapping Light

A fellow HDR friend of mine recently started a blog, Trapping Light.  If you know Nick from his work, you know that he is one of the most creative contributors to the Concert series.  Okay let me rephrase that, thee most creative contributor to the HDR Concerts. I am...

Making a Window!

I have used this window technique quite a few times in the past few months.  I used it on the last HDR Concert and on HDR Concert#7.  It can be pretty tricky to add glass to an image where there once was none.  However, all you need is a push in the right direction...

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