Thursday, June 26, 2014

25% OFF Trey Ratcliff’s Complete HDR Tutorial (NEW)

Until July 6th, 2014 get 25% OFF Trey Ratcliff’s Complete HDR Tutorial by CLICKING HERE and using the coupon code RON25.

This tutorial has all of the following downloadable files which offer over 10 hours of instruction on how Trey creates his incredible HDR images.

  • How to access the Private Clubhouse
  • Trey's thoughts on HDR (218 MB)
  • Getting Your Camera Ready (688 MB)
  • Basic HDR Photo (404 MB)
  • HDR Light Situations (775 MB)
  • Composing Light (335 MB)
  • Sunrise HDR (439 MB)
  • Landscape Movement (1 GB)
  • Composition in The Shire (386 MB)
  • Framing for Landscapes (271 MB)
  • High Action HDR (345 MB)
  • Piecing Together a Sky (429 MB)
  • Extreme Light/Dark HDR (364 MB)
  • HDR in Low Light (520 MB)
  • Interior HDR (520 MB)
  • Panoramic HDR (434 MB)
  • Evening HDR (438 MB)
  • Inside the Yoga Room (554 MB)
  • HDR with Movement (224 MB)
  • Bonus: Extreme Noise Reduction (104 MB)
  • Bonus: HDR Experimentation (581 MB)
  • Raw Source Files (1.5 GB)
  • Bonus: Q&A & Critique Session (927 MB)

40 Minute Video Preview

This is just the tip of the iceberg so if you think that looks good then you’ll love the complete collection. What’s more, this is the best price on the Internet at 25% off when you use the aforementioned link and code!

Conclusion

This is by far the best HDR tutorial that Trey has done to date. He’s also evolved as a photographer and photo editor, so he shares more insight on how to leverage HDR to create both realistic as well as artistic images (whereas previous versions mostly focused on the latter).

If you like HDR, this is worth the cost – especially with this sale. You’ll never get kind of training this cheap and there’s a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Where to order

CLICK HERE and using the coupon code RON25 as shown below. Offer expires July 6th, 2014!

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