Monday, April 30, 2012

How to shoot HDR Panoramas and Artwork Videos

Shooting and Processing HDR Panoramas is a new video by X-Rite Coloratti member Randy Hufford. Randy was part of my printing series and has a great set of DVD’s called The Perfect Print DVD Series. I loved his series, so when he told me he had a new 4 hour DVD on the subject of HDR Panoramas I thought you should know! Here’s a little video preview:

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As I’ve mentioned before, don’t let Randy’s laid back Hawaiian nature and energy throw you – this man knows his stuff! He’s a fun and energetic speaker who is sure to please if this is the type of stuff you think you’d enjoy doing.

Trey Ratcliff fans and Photomatix users are sure to enjoy it!

You can learn more or buy it here and I don’t make a penny. I share this with you because Randy does great work that has helped me a lot, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it too!

Solutions for Photographing Artwork

If you’ve been given the task of photographing artwork, you quickly find out that it is not easy. While books like Light, Science and Magic help, it’s just not as easy as it sounds so seeing a pro actually do it helps a ton. Randy loves to teach and share his vast knowledge, so this is a great video for those who have to do this sort of thing.

You can learn more or buy it here and once again I don’t make a penny if you buy it. I share this with you because Randy does great work that has helped me a lot, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy it too!


While I do not make a penny off of the sale of Randy’s two new videos featured in this article, there are links in this article which could result in me earning a commission. I do know Randy personally and am sharing this information about his videos as a public service. I have not had a chance to watch these videos, but I did watch his The Perfect Print series and liked it very much, so I am assuming that these are as equally helpful.

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