Hosted by: Barbara & Alan Alan Cuneo-Kesselhaut
Saturday, January 13, 2018, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Princeton


Instructor: Alan Kesselhaut
The limitation of the camera to capture a scene as we see it with our eyes is a challenge faced by every photographer. High Dynamic Range photography is a set of techniques that allow the photographer to more accurately depict the range of intensity levels in real scenes, from direct sunlight to faint night light. In the class, we’ll learn how to use Photomatix to merge multiple frames together and then use Photoshop Layers for a final image that captures what moved us to take the photo in the first place.
Laptop required.
Maximum Class Size: 6

Event Host: Princeton Photo Workshop

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