Photoshop Blend-If - 32 Bit HDR - 4 Image Edit - CorePresets Show #31
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This video covers the edit of four images - using Lightroom and Photoshop.
The first image we work with is an HDR image. We start out by merging it to HDR pro inside of Photoshop. Then we tone map it in Adobe Camera Raw. Finally we bring another exposure into Photoshop and use several techniques to blend part of the HDR image into the other image to achieve the look we wanted.
The second image we work with is one I took a number of years ago in Guatemala. In the frame is a light fixture, hanging from a chain. The only problem is that the light is off. So we dive into Photoshop and "turn the lights on." The image isn't the best one ever, but it does serve to show how a person would go about turning lights on in Photoshop.
The third image is an environmental portrait type shot. Again it is from a trip I made to Guatemala. My cousin ran a book store for a while in a small town down there, so I wanted to make an image of him and his book store. All of the editing of this image happens inside of Lightroom.
The fourth and final image is a bit of a "fine art" type photo. We start out in Lightroom and get the image pretty close to what we want it to look like. We then head over to Photoshop to use a similar technique to "turning the lights on" to add a bit of interest to the image.
And that my friends is it for this week!
See you again soon.Photoshop Blend-If - 32 Bit HDR - 4 Image Edit - CorePresets Show #31