How to Create High Dynamic Range Images Using After Effects
With the new RED cameras featuring a built-in HDR mode, and with some shooters using a beam splitter to capture HDR images on two DSLRs, High Dynamic Range imaging seems all the rage these days. But what about the rest of us, who only have one DSLR? We can use After Effects to combine two shots with differing exposure settings. Here, Robin Schmidt shares a tutorial on how to do so:
I’ve done the same thing myself, and while it’s relatively straightforward on still shots, motion can be a bit more complicated. Still, it’s a great start — thanks Robin.
[via Brad Bell]
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