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PanoramaStudio Pro v-2.2.1.126
PanoramaStudio Pro v-2.2.1.126

PanoramaStudio Pro v-2.2.1.126 | 15.81 MB

Creation of single- and multi-row panoramas of up to full spherical 360x180 degrees. PanoramaStudio Pro is the complete solution for the creation of panoramic images. Besides the easy and established creation of panoramas PanoramaStudio Pro offers now also the option to stitch arbitrary arranged images to panoramas. This allows huge panoramas, even beyond the gigapixel limit.
PanoramaStudio Pro v2.2.1.126 - Portable
PanoramaStudio Pro v2.2.1.126 - Portable

PanoramaStudio Pro v2.2.1.126 - Portable | 11.6 MB

Creation of single- and multi-row panoramas of up to full spherical 360x180 degrees. PanoramaStudio Pro is the complete solution for the creation of panoramic images. Besides the easy and established creation of panoramas PanoramaStudio Pro offers now also the option to stitch arbitrary arranged images to panoramas. This allows huge panoramas, even beyond the gigapixel limit.
Evermotion Landscape Panoramas
Evermotion Landscape Panoramas
Evermotion Landscape Panoramas
format TIF | over 50 images | max.11750x2500 | 1.85 Gb
3D Sky Panoramas Textures
3D Sky Panoramas Textures
3D Sky Panoramas Textures
47 JPEG | ~8000x2050 | 260 Mb
PanoramaStudio Pro 2.2.0.125 + Portable
PanoramaStudio Pro 2.2.0.125 + Portable

PanoramaStudio Pro 2.2.0.125 + Portable | 16.61/11.58 MB
Genre: Image Editors

Creation of single- and multi-row panoramas of up to full spherical 360x180 degrees. PanoramaStudio Pro is the complete solution for the creation of panoramic images. Besides the easy and established creation of panoramas PanoramaStudio Pro offers now also the option to stitch arbitrary arranged images to panoramas. This allows huge panoramas, even beyond the gigapixel limit.
Lynda - Shooting and Processing High Dynamic Range Photographs (HDR)
Lynda - Shooting and Processing High Dynamic Range Photographs (HDR)

Lynda - Shooting and Processing High Dynamic Range Photographs (HDR)
Author: Ben Long | Released: 7/22/2011 | Duration: 04h 55m | Level: Intermediate | 2.37 GB
Genre: Video training


In this course, photographer Ben Long describes the concepts and techniques behind high dynamic range (HDR) photography, a technique used to create images that have a wider range between the lightest and darkest areas of a scene than a digital camera can typically capture. The course begins with some background on dynamic range, on how camera sensors detect shadows, and on the kinds of subjects that benefit from HDR. Ben then describes and demonstrates several methods of generating HDR images, starting with single-shot HDR, which relies on masking to subtly enhance the dynamic range of a shot. Next, the course covers multi-exposure HDR, which involves shooting several photos of a scene, each at a different exposure, and then combining them using software tools. Ben demonstrates how to use Photoshop and the popular Photomatix software to process HDR images whose appearance ranges from subtle to surreal. Exercise files are included with the course.
AmbientLight Sky Panoramas
AmbientLight Sky Panoramas

AmbientLight Sky Panoramas
40 TIF | 4000x2000 | 168 Mb
Lynda.com - Shooting & Processing High Dynamic Range Photographs (HDR)
Lynda.com - Shooting & Processing High Dynamic Range Photographs (HDR)

Lynda.com - Shooting & Processing High Dynamic Range Photographs (HDR)
Genre: eLearning
Language: English
4 hours 26 mins | Video: AVC (.mov) 960 x 540 15fps 450Kbps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 128Kbps 2ch | 2.37 GB

In this course, photographer Ben Long describes the concepts and techniques behind high dynamic range (HDR) photography, a technique used to create images that have a wider range between the lightest and darkest areas of a scene than a digital camera can typically capture. The course begins with some background on dynamic range, on how camera sensors detect shadows, and on the kinds of subjects that benefit from HDR. Ben then describes and demonstrates several methods of generating HDR images, starting with single-shot HDR, which relies on masking to subtly enhance the dynamic range of a shot. Next, the course covers multi-exposure HDR, which involves shooting several photos of a scene, each at a different exposure, and then combining them using software tools. Ben demonstrates how to use Photoshop and the popular Photomatix software to process HDR images whose appearance ranges from subtle to surreal. Exercise files are included with the course.
Clay Shooting - July 2011
Clay Shooting - July 2011
Clay Shooting - July 2011
English | 124 pages | HQ PDF | 82.50 Mb

Sunset Seamless Sky Panoramas
Sunset Seamless Sky Panoramas

Sunset Seamless Sky Panoramas

126 JPEG | ~8000x2050 | 700 Mb