Single Shot HDR

You've got time for one shot. That's it. It's a great great shot except for the light - it's too contrasty to get the detail you want in both the highlights and shadows. Get it now in one shot or not at all. That's the bad news. The good news is that you can do it with my Single Shot HDR method.

The biggest block to getting a great HDR image, doing it the usual (harder) way, is that if anything that matters is moving while you take those multiple exposures, it'll be a blur in your final image... until now.

This carefully written, step-by-detailed step, eBook takes you from beginning to end of the easy-to-understand sequence. It shows you how you can take just one single shot - at any shutter speed, f/stop and ISO you want - and get a dynamite HDR image!

Once I figured it out and started using this method I haven't gone back. My best example of SSHDR has a moving gondola in an urban canal, people milling around and flags waving in the breeze - everything frozen, sharp and crisp. That photo is in the eBook along with others to illustrate the technique.

I want to see what YOU come up with! 

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Obedience Training for Your Camera, LLC, and its d.b.a., Obedient Camera Photography, is a US Military Veteran-owned company,

whose Chief Solutions Officer is Bruce Hinson, CPP, and is based in Louisville, KY

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