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Tutorial: How to Create Stunning HDR Photos in Photoshop, part 2 – Fine Tuning Contrast, Color, and Sharpness

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Welcome back! For those who are not sure whats going on, please go ahead and take a look at the Part 1 of this tutorial. In that article, I went through the workflow of taking the brackets of a scene in the camera and creating an HDR photo using Nik Software HDR Efex Pro 2.    Continue Reading


Google Drops Price of NIK Software Collection – 75% Off with “HDRsoftware15” Coupon Code

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Whoa! This is a really good deal. Last week I learned from The Verge that the Nik Collection by Google has just been discounted by 70%.The Nik Complete bundle of plugins normally costs – $499.95 – but right now the package is only – $149 – and if you use coupon code HDRsoftware15 that package    Continue Reading


Nik Software HDR Efex Pro 2 Review

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Use the coupon code hdrsoftware15 for 15% off any Nik Software products, including HDR Efex Pro 2. When you buy from this link, you save money and we get a small commission – it helps support this site – thanks! April 2nd, 2013: Google Just dropped the price of the entire NIK Plugin Bundle from    Continue Reading


Lightroom Enfuse Plugin Review

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This Lightroom Enfuse review is written by Chad Jackson who specializes in architectural and interior photography.  Check out his site for some incredible interior work. Working as an independent commercial photographer specializing in architectural and interior photography, I have shoots that can sometimes have upwards of 20-30 views that are bracketed for varying exposures. This produces    Continue Reading


HDR Plugins: Best Photoshop Plugins for HDR Photography

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Unfortunately in the world of HDR software we have yet to find a magic bullet.  There is still no one program that can do everything you need to create the highest quality possible HDR photographs, so often times HDR plugins are necessary..  Photomatix 4 is getting closer, but it still lacks the layer masking abilities    Continue Reading