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Photo Editing: Learning Photomatix Pro

Rich Harrington

About this course

Join Rich Harrington and explore the world of HDR, or high dynamic range, imagery with Photomatix from HDRsoft. Rich covers how to merge multiple exposures to show an extended dynamic range of scenes, as well as preprocess images to reduce ghosting, noise, and chromatic aberration. He also reviews tone mapping and exposure fusions, and solutions to common problems you'll encounter in HDR images, such as color cast. At the end of the course, Rich offers a series of challenges to test your skills.


Topics include:

  • Loading bracketed photos
  • Aligning source images
  • Reducing noise and chromatic aberration
  • Tone mapping with methods
  • Fusing a single image or multiple images
  • Removing color cast
  • Automating with batch processing

Curriculum4h 5m

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • Loading Bracketed Photos
  • Loading from a Folder
  • Loading from Lightroom
  • Loading from Bridge
  • Preview
    When to Load Raw Files
  • When to Load Preprocessed Files
  • Loading from Photos for OS X
  • Preprocessing Images with Photomatix
  • Aligning Source Images
  • Removing Ghost Images with Automatic Deghosting
  • Removing Ghost Images with Selective Deghosting
  • Reducing Noise
  • Reducing Chromatic Aberration
  • Choosing the Color Primaries & White Balance
  • Working with Single Files
  • Working with Single RAW Files
  • Batch Processing Single Photos for Contrast & Sharpening
  • An Overview of Tone Mapping & the Exposure Fusion Workflow
  • Working in Unified or Floating Mode
  • Preview
    When to Use Tone Mapping
  • When to Use Exposure Fusion
  • Adjusting the Preview Window
  • Working with Presets
  • Add Finishing Touches
  • File Naming Options with Photomatix Pro
  • Redoing the Image with Other Settings
  • Managing Your Photomatix Presets
  • Tone Mapping in Depth
  • The Details Enhancer Workflow
  • The Contrast Optimizer Workflow
  • The Tone Compression Workflow
  • Black & White Workflow
  • The Tone Balancer Workflow
  • Exposure Fusion in Depth
  • Fusion/Natural Workflow
  • Fusion/Real Estate Workflow Using Photos Taken Outside
  • Fusion/Real Estate Workflow Using Photos Taken Inside
  • Fusion/Intensive Workflow
  • Fusing Multiple Images
  • Fusing a Single Image
  • Comparing Methods
  • Advanced Options to Solve Problems
  • Removing Color Casts
  • Preview
    Removing Tough Ghosts
  • Replacing a Selection with a Source
  • Refining Performance with Preferences
  • Automating with Batch Processing
  • Post-Process in Photoshop
  • Sending an Image to Photos OS X
  • Making Secondary Color and Tone Adjustments
  • Using the Adjustment Brush
  • Blending an Image to Combine Photos
  • Postprocessing Your Image with Finishing Touches
  • Adjusting Contrast in the Final Image
  • Preview
    Sharpening the Final Image
  • Cropping the Final Image
  • Straightening the Final Image
  • Resizing the Final Image
  • Targeting an Additional Editor
  • Wrap Up

About this course

Join Rich Harrington and explore the world of HDR, or high dynamic range, imagery with Photomatix from HDRsoft. Rich covers how to merge multiple exposures to show an extended dynamic range of scenes, as well as preprocess images to reduce ghosting, noise, and chromatic aberration. He also reviews tone mapping and exposure fusions, and solutions to common problems you'll encounter in HDR images, such as color cast. At the end of the course, Rich offers a series of challenges to test your skills.


Topics include:

  • Loading bracketed photos
  • Aligning source images
  • Reducing noise and chromatic aberration
  • Tone mapping with methods
  • Fusing a single image or multiple images
  • Removing color cast
  • Automating with batch processing

Curriculum4h 5m

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • Loading Bracketed Photos
  • Loading from a Folder
  • Loading from Lightroom
  • Loading from Bridge
  • Preview
    When to Load Raw Files
  • When to Load Preprocessed Files
  • Loading from Photos for OS X
  • Preprocessing Images with Photomatix
  • Aligning Source Images
  • Removing Ghost Images with Automatic Deghosting
  • Removing Ghost Images with Selective Deghosting
  • Reducing Noise
  • Reducing Chromatic Aberration
  • Choosing the Color Primaries & White Balance
  • Working with Single Files
  • Working with Single RAW Files
  • Batch Processing Single Photos for Contrast & Sharpening
  • An Overview of Tone Mapping & the Exposure Fusion Workflow
  • Working in Unified or Floating Mode
  • Preview
    When to Use Tone Mapping
  • When to Use Exposure Fusion
  • Adjusting the Preview Window
  • Working with Presets
  • Add Finishing Touches
  • File Naming Options with Photomatix Pro
  • Redoing the Image with Other Settings
  • Managing Your Photomatix Presets
  • Tone Mapping in Depth
  • The Details Enhancer Workflow
  • The Contrast Optimizer Workflow
  • The Tone Compression Workflow
  • Black & White Workflow
  • The Tone Balancer Workflow
  • Exposure Fusion in Depth
  • Fusion/Natural Workflow
  • Fusion/Real Estate Workflow Using Photos Taken Outside
  • Fusion/Real Estate Workflow Using Photos Taken Inside
  • Fusion/Intensive Workflow
  • Fusing Multiple Images
  • Fusing a Single Image
  • Comparing Methods
  • Advanced Options to Solve Problems
  • Removing Color Casts
  • Preview
    Removing Tough Ghosts
  • Replacing a Selection with a Source
  • Refining Performance with Preferences
  • Automating with Batch Processing
  • Post-Process in Photoshop
  • Sending an Image to Photos OS X
  • Making Secondary Color and Tone Adjustments
  • Using the Adjustment Brush
  • Blending an Image to Combine Photos
  • Postprocessing Your Image with Finishing Touches
  • Adjusting Contrast in the Final Image
  • Preview
    Sharpening the Final Image
  • Cropping the Final Image
  • Straightening the Final Image
  • Resizing the Final Image
  • Targeting an Additional Editor
  • Wrap Up