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  Compositing Exposures to Light Architecture & Landscapes

Compositing Exposures to Light Architecture & Landscapes
by Bob Coates

CD-ROM
 
Learn how to make multiple exposures of a scene that will give you a look that transcends an image that you can make with one exposure. Learn how to use Photoshop to light your space as an accent to your lighting equipment. Many professional images call for an extended range to maintain proper highlight and shadow detail, not to mention good color saturation. Bob has answers that take care of the most challenging lighting situations.
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CD-ROM

Total Run Time: approx 1.7 hours

Sessions

Session 01 : Outdoor Architecture
In this session you will learn how to make multiple captures of a scene that will give you a look that transcends an image that you can make with one exposure.
Session 02 : Indoor Architecture
In this session you will learn how to use Photoshop to light your space as an accent to your lighting equipment.
Session 03 : Indoor and Outdoor Architecture Combined
In this session you will learn how to make exposures over a time period and combine them into a single image that your eye could see but the camera could not capture in one exposure.
Session 04 : Landscape
In this session you will learn how to capture detail in the bright areas of the sky as well as a shadowed foreground in a landscape image.
Session 05 : Panorama Landscape 1
In this session you will learn how to use Photomerge to create panorama landscapes.
Session 06 : Panorama Landscape 2
In this session you will learn to create panoramic landscapes using other tools in Photoshop when Photomerge doesn't work quite right for your needs.
Session 07 : Creating a Signature Image 1
In this session you will learn how to take an everyday image and turn it into art.
Session 08 : Creating a Signature Image 2
In this session you will learn how to use Photoshop to light up your life.
Session 09 : Camera Raw to the Rescue
In this session you will learn how to save a situation where you only have one exposure and all the information you would like doesn't appear in the image.

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