Want to make your HDR process more efficient?Batch

As you may know by now, I am an efficiency and workflow nut!  I love a strong post processing Workflow and like nothing more than to save some time wherever I can.  I recently went to Colorado National Monument on my way to Vegas and I shot a LOT of images!  Hundreds, most of course, were bracketed.  However, I did some that were 3 EV brackets and some that were 7 EV brackets.

Now, I knew that this would make my life difficult during my workflow, but I did it anyway!  There were some scenes I thought would benefit from 7 and others I knew only needed 3.  I was really dreading my process once I got the images on the computer, because of the different bracketed series of images.  Usually I would batch process the images in a series of 3 and have a really easy time using Photomatix’ Batch Processing Feature.  Adding those 7 EV series was going to be a nightmare…or so I thought!

As I was going through Photomatix I found that it had an advanced feature that allowed me to tell Photomatix that I had a different number of bracketed series images in the folder.  Amazing!  You mean to tell me I can tell Photomatix that I took some at 3 EV’s some at 5 EV’s and some at 7 EV’s and it can differentiate them?  That is exactly what you are telling me, or what I am about to show you in this video tutorial!

  

 


 

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Blake Rudis

f.64 Academy and f.64 Elite are the brainchildren of Blake Rudis. While he is a landscape photographer he is most passionate about post-processing images in Photoshop and mentoring others.


For Blake, it is less about the art and more about the process. He dives deep into difficult topics and makes them easy to understand through his outside the box thinking.


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