12. Properly blending HDR images

In this chapter Karl’s back in the studio to complete the post work on his HDR image. The best HDR images are a result of good blending and combining a contrast range that you are unable to achieve in one exposure. Watch and learn with a meticulous explanation to arrive at a stunning HDR image that accommodates all the exposure ranges from the four shots.


  1. About removing ghosts:
    You say here that you can actually choose the base image that you’d like to be the base image for the lockdown on those moving items. I don’t understand what that means. Where do you have the option in that dialog box to choose the image you want to use?
    Thank you.

    1. Hi Ellen, there is a check box to tick to tell it this if I remember correctly, It’s been a while since I’ve done a HDR so I’ll check in the latest version of the software and comeback to you.

  2. Thanks a lot for this, it just opened my eyes to a whole new world of posibilities!

    I was thinking on watching what called me the most first but my wife recommended to follow and god, it has been amazing learning every single bit of this.

    Thanks a lot Karl!


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