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Top photographer Rick Sammon shares his greatest HDR tips and tricks High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography is a process in which a photographer shoots multiple shots of the same subject at varying exposure settings and then stitches the images together with photo-editing software into a single photo that presents sharper color and focus than a single image. World-rewned digital photographer and Can Explorer of Light Rick Sammon reveals his most amazing HDR tips, tricks, and techniques for creating the best possible HDR images. Packed with more than 150 of Sammon's stunning full-color photos and more than 200 techniques, this invaluable guide inspires and motivates you to capture and edit your own unique still-life images.* World-rewned digital photographer and Can Explore of Light Rick Sammon reveals a wealth of unparalleled High Dynamic Range (HDR) tips, tricks, and techniques* Inspires both amateur and experienced photographers to boost their creativity, and improve the quality of their images in the digital darkroom* Features more than 150 beautiful images from Sammon's own portfolio as well as more than 200 tips and tricks for shooting and editing HDR images HDR Secrets for Digital Photographers unveils an abundance of tips and tricks that will help you make your good HDR photos great.
Rick Sammon has written 36 books as well as countless articles for PC Photo and Outdoor Photographer magazines. A Canon Explorer of Light, he gives more than a dozen photography presentations and workshops annually, documenting his travels with photos from such divergent locales as the Arctic, New Guinea, Botswana, Antarctica, Nepal, and Galapagos. Learn more about Rick and pick up great photography tips at www.ricksammon.com.