Lightroom Tutorial: HDR Look with a Single Image

Lightroom Tutorial: HDR Look with a Single Image

Final Image: www.flickr.com This is a Lightroom Tutoiral on how to get the HDR look without having to merge multiple photos together. Like and Share the video to help the channel grow! YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com TWITTER: www.twitter.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com CAMCRUNCH: www.camcrunch.com — All Rights Reserved. — CAMCRUNCH videos are filmed and editted with Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR Canon EF 24-105 f/4 IS L Canon EF 50 f/1.8 Canon EF 17-40 F/4 L Zoom H1 Recorder CamerCanon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS Apple MacBook Pro 15 inch i5 Adobe Premier Pro AKG Perception 220 Condenser Microhpone Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Audio Interface
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14 responses to “Lightroom Tutorial: HDR Look with a Single Image”

  1. hunter021976 says:

    this is´╗┐ the answer in error 22,cannot load stack in the files ­čÖü

  2. moises gonzalez says:

    Hey what´╗┐ do you know about the canon t4i/650 ,, can u do a video about it ,, thanks bro

  3. 66cool99 says:

    Hey, I had been watching some of your videos and I have´╗┐ to say, you are getting much better at making them.

  4. LpFr3aK says:

    Nice, mate! New video coming´╗┐ soon?

  5. Rachel Dumais says:

    When I go to thge Detail tap, I’m not able to´╗┐ be what he does. Why ?

  6. farischaudhri says:

    Not bad. Just wondering If it’ll work with an image that doesn’t have a good´╗┐ dynamic range.

  7. ifragfox says:

    Thank you for keeping pointing out that I don’t have to do something what I´╗┐ don’t like ­čśŤ
    Nice video, thanks for sharing!

  8. CamCrunch says:

    Awesome! (:´╗┐

  9. FreeRunner110 says:

    Subbed :)´╗┐

  10. CamCrunch says:

    No prob!´╗┐

  11. Dinahhs3 says:

    Thanks´╗┐

  12. jjdphotography says:

    Great video!´╗┐ Just how I like to process my under exposed handheld images.

  13. CamCrunch says:

    I find that it can work with underexposed images as well. But as always, editing will only make good´╗┐ photos look better, so take a good photo before even thinking about editing! There’s really no point in learning how to edit before learning how to take good photos!

  14. littlec916 says:

    One thing to note is this will only work with an image that has decent dynamic range to begin with. You can not do´╗┐ this with an improperly exposed image! Just an FYI.

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