About this course
Whether having a DSLR, a smartphone or a compact camera, you'll learn fundamentals of HDR as
well as advanced tips for creating real pieces of art. This course covers a broad range of essential
information from preparing for shooting to post processing.
Emailed into your
inbox twice a week
Prepared by Jim Nix
to assess your work
We’ll cut $20 off the
price of Macphun apps
TAUGHT BY: Jim Nix
Jim Nix is an Austin-based pro HDR photographer. Jim loves to create
impressive and stunning photos. And he knows hot to teach you to do the same.
"Hello HDR lovers and welcome to Macphun's free HDR course! It's a complete course, start to finish, to get you on the road to crafting your own HDR photographs with ease. Join us and let's get started!"
Free HDR Lessons
The HDR basics
- What is HDR?
- Your camera settings
- How to shoot for HDR?
- Why do you need brackets?
- How to merge the brackets?
- HDR from a single shot
- The rules of using a tripod
- How to shoot handheld?
- What's better: handheld
Exposure in HDR
- What is exposure?
- How to choose the best ISO?
- How to set a proper shutter speed?
- Natural vs Creative HDR
- How to make it right?
- Great examples of natural HDR
Pick the right location for HDR
- The best locations for HDR
- Catch the perfect moment
- Creative experiments
Black and White HDR photography
- How to make the B&W HDR?
- Shadows, Highlights, etc
- Is B&W the new color in HDR?
HDR Textures & more
- Many ways to add style to HDR
- Creative HDR textures
- How to make it right?
Masks and layers in HDR processing
- Why do you need layers & masking?
- How to use layers for best results?
- Mistakes to avoid
Deep dive into HDR photography
- Advanced camera settings
- Advanced Aurora HDR tools
- Start making fantastic HDR photos
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Frequently Asked Questions
It’s a five-week course covering all essential information from preparation for shooting to post processing. After you enroll, you will receive ten lessons twice a week in your inbox.
On the right of this page you will find the Enroll button. Click on it, fill in your name, email and check your inbox.
This course is designed to last five weeks. We send you 10 lessons that you will receive in your inbox twice a week.
This course consists of an introductory lesson and each next lesson contains information that is essential for beginners and more advanced tips that are useful for experienced photographers. So no prior knowledge or skills are required.
Still have questions? Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org