In this Adobe video Photoshop tutorial we will show you how to create HDR
effect with using LucisArt 3 filter.
From the start we’d like want to say that in this case we will be talking
about so-called fake HDR effect, which we will create only from one photo.
On the topic of HDR effect we have already produced several
In this lesson, we would like to show you a possibility of using Photoshop
filter LucisArt 3. If you want to create this HDR effect you can download
demo version of this filter from its home page. LucisArt 3 ED has a
function to highlight detail which allows increased image detail at two
levels of intensity, set up to 125 settings for 8-bit image. With this
filter you can correct image exposure and increase individual image detail
from subtle adjustments to the HDR effect.
As you can see in this
We do not use only LucisArt 3 filter but in the final elimination of noise
and softening the overall image we will use filter Topaz De Noise. Also
this filter can be downloaded as demo version from its homepage. So, if
you have both mentioned Photoshop filters we can begin with the effect.
Open up photo you want to edit using this
First, we adjust the contrast and brightness on our photo. Then we
duplicate layer three times and we start editing. The whole process can be
seen in high detail video processing. Reached final HDR effect is really
great and definitely worth a try it.
Finally, we attach some pictures in HDR which were achieved by using this
Adobe video Photoshop tutorial – How to create HDR effect using a filter.
So, you can feel free to come and watch a video lesson.