Make HDR images from 2 exposuresExposure blending enables you to mix images to get perfectly exposed skies, not always from the same scene. It’s not only a simple way of making HDR images, but it’s also a way of making more realistic-looking HDR images.
The process when shooting is simple and most cameras have a built-in Bracketing feature to aid you further. It’s crucial that one image captures the detail of the sky and the other that of the foreground – then you use Layers and Masks to blend the two.
We’ll help you tackle alignment problems with Auto-Align and use Masks for the perfect blend.
HDR Tutorial: make HDR images from 2 exposures
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