High Dynamic Range Photography by Steve Huskisson

High Dynamic Range Photography

By Steve Huskisson

  • Release Date: 2012-12-14
  • Genre: Photography
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Description

High Dynamic Range Photography by Steve Huskisson shows images captured by Steve in South Florida. Using multiple exposures or bracketed shots, Steve combines the images to make truly magnificent photos.

Reviews

  • Poor.

    1
    By MrXile
    Collection of images does not make a book. I was hoping this would be an informative book of how to's and not a book of look at me. Useless. Plus, a lot of the images are over processed.
  • Great!

    5
    By Harvey Bowker
    As a Photography GCSE Student, i have used this book as a reference for many of my peices and it gave me ideas when i needed them most, photography is fantastic, well done!
  • Good stuff..!

    5
    By GeeEll
    Really inspiring and very artistic shots, and some great tips too - thanks Steve!
  • High Dynamic Range Photography

    4
    By Pauly Shaft
    I have just started HDR myself and this book has really got my juices flowing ! I can only hope my photos come out half as good as Steves.
  • Wow

    5
    By Lairylawton
    Steve, amazing photos dude. What a pleasure to view them. Makes me want to spends loads of money on a mac and photoshop and play about. Going now to join you on twitter.
  • Great photographs

    4
    By Psikka
    Some really good HDR shots. Clearly a lot of effort and days/weeks have gone into this. The only downside I would say is the blurb style of ebooks that only uses half the screen and doesn't do justice to the beautiful shots.
  • Nice photography but......

    3
    By Kieron jackson
    The photography in this book is great, but it is virtually impossible to appreciate properly on an iPhone as it as A) in landscape and B) really small in size. If it were bigger but would be fantastic, but as it is, it is a bit if a waste of time.

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