Finally I can announce that the complete update to my Developing for Extended Dynamic Range video series is available: www.outdoorexposurephoto.com/video-tutorials/developing-for-extended-dynamic-range
This update to my 2010 series is long over due. I had already been working on the update for a few weeks when I took this photo in early December on the Oregon coast with the PhotoCascadia crew. Two months further on and I have been glued to my computer almost continuously, so it is a relief to have it finished. I think I'm getting a little better at producing tutorials because I only broke down a cried and couple times.
The update covers the same core concepts as the original series, namely how I work with tonal balance in single exposures and exposure blending of multiple exposures to create images that encompass a wider range of light (like the light range contained in this image). The new 2nd edition of the series has more advanced examples and goes into depth on a variety of complex blending situations. It utilizes Lightroom 5, Photoshop CC and the current version of Tony Kuyper's TKActions Panel. The total instructional time is nearly six and a half hours broken into 36 chapters. You can find out more and see some sample chapters at the link above.
Let me know if you have any questions.