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Drew continues his quick and witty explanation of making HDR photography timelapses.

Now that you have the images under control, Drew explains the process of editing these raw, bracketed images into an HDR timelapse. This two-parter is ideal for the beginner/intermediate crowd, but Drew is on his way to cranking out more advanced how-to’s in the future (to all our delights). What multimedia tutorials are you checking out lately? Please do share with this hungry crowd.

Video created by: Drew Geraci

 

 

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Lindsay Clark

Lindsay Clark has spent the last four years circumnavigating the world three times, hoping to learn constantly by throwing herself into difficult and thrilling situations. Currently, she's the Media Specialist and newMedia Instructor at THINK Global School, the world's first global, mobile high school. Lindsay also runs Nomadderwhere.com.

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