1. A very short tutorial about HDR photography and examples of HDR photos

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  2. Best Viewed in Fullscreen and HD.

    Shot entirely on the 5D Mark II in RAW format, with the exception of one video clip. All single exposures, no HDR.

    Almost all of these shots have not been used in earlier reels, and a lot of the sequences were shot within the past month in Indiana.

    Motion control provided by the Kessler Crane KC-8 and Cineslider, using the Oracle and Smartlapse. The static sequences were shot on the Manfrotto 546B tripod with a 501HDV head.

    Track is "Outpost 31" by Simon Wilkinson available from thebluemask.com/shop/outpost-31

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  3. A Lesson 5 Entertainment Production

    These are not photographs. This is video.

    Filmed, Tone-mapped, and Edited by Stephen Lee Carr

    For more information, please visit: stephenleecarr.wordpress.com

    Music by Noah Daniel Potter: noahpotter.com

    Shot entirely with one Canon EOS Rebel T2i/550d in Paris, France; Chambord, France; Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA

    Additional filming by Pamela Carr

    You can also watch in HD on YouTube here: youtube.com/watch?v=ZPZ4KcNncJ4

    *UPDATE 4: Spanish photography (and all things tech/geek/gadgets) website ALTFoto has written a very nice article about my recent HDR video! Check it out here, and be sure to brush up on your Español. :D altfoto.com/2011/03/video-hdr-con-una-canon-550d

    *UPDATE 3: Featured on Photography Bay, a leading resource on photography news from around the world! Check it out here: photographybay.com/2011/03/26/hdr-tonemapped-video-from-canon-rebel-t2i/

    *UPDATE 2: Featured on the front page of @iso1200magazine, a fantastic photography resource! Check it out here (scroll down a smidge): iso1200.com/.

    *UPDATE: Featured on Planet 5D, THE resource for all HD-DSLR news! Check it out! blog.planet5d.com/2011/03/creating-true-hdr-tone-mapped-video-with-an-hdslr-in-post-production/

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  4. In this tutorial I show how you can blend three differently exposed images using Photomatix, and then demonstrate how to use some basic Photoshop techniques to touch-up the resulting image. [Note: the Flash overlay in this video doesn't sync completely with the audio; I've found that pausing for a second and then resuming it fixes the problem.]

    Most digital SLR sensors don't have sufficient dynamic range to properly expose the shadows and highlights in scenes where the contrast between the brightest and darkest areas of the scene differ by more than 4 stops of light. HDR imaging helps to remedy this situation (among other things) by blending several images that have been exposed for different light values in the scene. This involves, for instance, taking a 'normal' exposure (i.e., default auto-setting for beginners), another that has been underexposed by at least 1 stop (-1 E/V) and one that has been overexposed by 1 stop or more (+1 E/V). The easiest way to do this is to place your camera on a tripod, and use the "auto-bracket" function on your camera. If your camera doesn't have auto-bracketing capability, you will have to adjust the shutter speed manually between each shot. Once you have at least three images, this tutorial will show you how to combine them and make some quick Photoshop adjustments.

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  5. Photography, Editing & Music by Samir Neffati ©2012

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