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October 21, 2011


Leo Melamud

Rich, I appreciated your posts about my Photography class enabling your easier learning of the new camera, and HDR.

HDR has been a dream for years to many. Photographers used all possible techniques to even up contrast and widen dynamic range in film and print. Many books have been written on this topic, chemical recipes for film development and printing... And I used manual HDR layering in Photoshop for some years.

Nowadays you may enjoy a built-in engine that does this instantly. Beyond Photoshop, I'm wondering if Gimp has HDR feature, or maybe Lightroom and Aperture do. Any of these are less expensive that Photoshop, (Gimp is free).

Keep in touch and I hope you'll get many interesting pictures.

Rich says: Thanks for a great class, Leo!

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