Lightroom HDR Tutorial

Lightroom HDR Tutorial Using Lightroom 5 and Photomatix HDR Software.

In this video I will show you how to edit a photo using Lightroom 5 and Photomatix HDR Software.
Photomatix is available for free (it will leave a water mark on your photo), if you like it and if you choose to keep it and pay for it, the water mark will disappear.

Click HERE to get your FREE copy. If you purchase it use coupon code ‘FineArt’ at check out to get 15% off.

I have tried and used every HDR software in the market and nothing compares to Photomatix. I won’t use anything else. Drop me a line below if you have any questions.

Slide back and forth to see before and after.

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About the Author

Edin Chavez
Travel junkie, animal lover, troublemaker, daydreamer and a bit obsessed with my camera. Addicted to documentaries, coffee, hot sauce, and blue cheese.
  • Rosy Ortega says:

    ESTA SUPER… ME ENCANTO EL CAMBIO.

  • Reza says:

    , it may just come down to preference. I find canonn and sony usually have the best colors. But because you’re so adamant about it I’ll take another look at the K200. The continuous shot is rather important to me though just because it’s fun.

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