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October 20, 2011

How to Print HDR Photographs (Part Two) - Monitors & Post-Processing by Renée Besta

By Renée M Besta

How to Print HDR Photographs (Part Two) - Monitors & Post-Processing by Renée Besta

I am pleased to announce that Part Two of my three-part series of articles on HDR (high dynamic range) Photography and Printing, "How to Print HDR Photographs (Part Two) – Monitors and Post-Processing," has been posted on the Breathing Color "The Art of Printmaking" blog here. This second part covers monitor calibration and profiling, and the entire HDR processing workflow. Part Three, which will post three weeks from today, will cover the entire digital inkjet printing workflow.

Breathing Color, based in Orange County, California, is a major manufacturer of advanced fine art papers for digital inkjet printing. My relationship with Breathing Color began while I was President of the Central Coast Photography Society, an affiliate of the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. They were one of the generous sponsors of our 2010 Photomorphosis fine art photography exhibition.

I am very honored to be invited to write these guest articles by Breathing Color, and already have people asking me about teaching more classes. If you are interested in taking a class on HDR photography or printing, please email me.

To read the first part, "How to Print HDR Photographs (Part One) — Camera Settings and Color Management," click here. HDR stands for high dynamic range and is a newer digital photography technique that allows photographers to capture the entire tonal range present in a scene, from the deepest shadows to the brightest highlights, without sacrificing one for the other, as was the case in traditional film photography. 

For more information about my photography, please visit Ren Mar Photography.



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