Cart 0
9781681981345_FChigh

The Enthusiast's Guide to Multi-Shot Techniques

49 Photographic Principles You Need to Know

If you’re a passionate photographer and you’re ready to take your work to the next level, The Enthusiast’s Guide book series was created just for you. Whether you’re diving head first into a new topic or exploring a classic theme, Enthusiast’s Guides are designed to...
Read More

  • Print and eBook Bundle: $34.99
  • Print Book: $24.95
  • eBook: $19.99

Clear
BOOK AUTHOR

Alan Hess

PAGE COUNT

152 pages

TRIM SIZE

8.5 x 8.5in

COVER

Soft Cover

ISBN

9781681981345

PUBLISH DATE

10/2016

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Double Exposure
  •  1. Double Exposure Basics
  •  2. Creating In-Camera Double Exposures with a Digital Camera
  •  3. Creating Double Exposures in Post-Production with Adobe Photoshop
  •  4. Using a Flash to Create Double Exposures
  •  5. Fine-Tuning the Exposure when Shooting Double Exposures
  •  6. Creating Double Exposure Portraits
  •  7. Using Double and Multiple Exposures for Action Scenes
  •  8. Varying the White Balance in Multiple Exposures
  •  9. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Using More than Two Exposures
  • Chapter 2: High Dynamic Range Photography
  • 10. HDR Basics
  • 11. Shoot Bracketed Images
  • 12. How Many Exposures Do You Really Need?
  • 13. Make Sure Your Images are Sharp
  • 14. Aperture Priority Mode Works Best
  • 15. What to Meter (and Focus) On
  • 16. Use In-Camera HDR to Evaluate the Scene
  • 17. What is Tone Mapping?
  • 18. Creating an HDR Image in Photoshop CC and Adobe Camera RAW
  • 19. Creating an HDR Image in Aurora HDR Professional
  • 20. Creating an HDR Image in Photomatix Pro 5
  • 21. Natural or Crunchy?
  • 22. Add a Bit of Normal Back In
  • Chapter 3: Photographing Panoramas
  • 23. Panorama Basics
  • 24. How Many Exposures Do You Need?
  • 25. Make Sure Your Images Overlap
  • 26. Keep Your Exposure Settings Consistent
  • 27. Watch Your Focus and Focal Length
  • 28. You Can Shoot Panoramas Handheld
  • 29. Using a Tripod for Panoramas
  • 30. Horizontal versus Vertical Panoramas
  • 31. Using Adobe Photoshop Photomerge
  • 32. 360-Degree Panoramas
  • 33. Creating Panoramic Collages
  • 34. Creating HDR Panoramas
  • 35. Creating Gigapixel Panoramas
  • Chapter 4: Image Stacking and Focus Stacking
  • 36. Use Image Stacks in Photoshop to Reduce Noise
  • 37. Use Image Stacks in Photoshop to Remove Unwanted Objects
  • 38. Image Stacking for Astrophotography
  • 39. Image Stacking Software for Astrophotography
  • 40. Focus Stacking
  • 41. Focus Stacking for Macro Photography
  • 42. Focus Stacking for Landscape Photography
  • 43. Focus Stacking in Photoshop
  • Chapter 5: Time-Lapse Photography
  • 44. Time-Lapse Basics
  • 45. Do the Math
  • 46. Camera Settings for Time-Lapse Photography
  • 47. Creating an In-Camera Time-Lapse
  • 48. Creating a Time-Lapse from Still Images in Photoshop
  • 49. Creating a Time-Lapse from Still Images in Panolapse
  • Index

Related Products

08/2016

, , , , , , , ,

$23.99$39.99

10/2016

, , , , , ,

$19.99$34.99

08/2015

, , , , ,

$23.99$39.99

10/2016

, , , , , ,

$19.99$34.99