High Dynamic Range Imaging and Adobe Photoshop CS5
Date: This event took place live on June 11 2010
Presented by: Jack Howard
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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Adobe has significantly improved the HDRI functionality in Photoshop CS5 with the most significant upgrades since HDR and 32 bit file types were originally added to Photoshop back in CS2. Jack Howard, photographer, writer, HDRI expert, and author of Practical HDRI, High Dynamic Range Imaging using Photoshop CS5 and Other Tools explores the possibilities that CS5 offers the HDR photographer. Tips and tricks will include deghosting, local selections, adjustment layers, hard and soft tone mapping, and more in this webcast.
About Jack Howard
Jack Howard picked up his first SLR camera as a teenager and has spent the twenty-plus years since exploring all aspects of photography. From the wet darkroom to cutting-edge digital imaging techniques, he's thoroughly embraced the evolution of the photographic process.
Currently, Jack is the Director of New & Social Media for Adorama Camera where his blogs and podcasts discuss all matters photographic. He was previously the Editor of PopPhoto.com, the online home of Popular Photography and American Photo magazines.
Jack holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History from Rutgers University, and acquired his photographic skills through practice, trial and error, and from many peers and colleagues along the way. While he has mostly retired from photojournalism, his work has appeared in The New York Times, The Asbury Park Press, The Star-Ledger, and many other newspapers.
Jack lives in New Jersey with his wife Corey, and their new baby daughter Avery Rose; their German Shepherd dog, Bailey; a betta fish; and more camera gear & gadgets than you can imagine!
Jack Howard's Practical HDRI, High Dynamic Range Imaging using Photoshop CS5 and Other Tools will be released in August 2010.