In this exposure blending photoshop tutorial I’m going to show you how to merge 2 bracketed exposures to quickly and easily create a single high dynamic range photo.
This is the first tutorial in a new series I’m creating that will progress you through from beginner all the way to advanced level exposure blending in Photoshop.
We are starting off at the beginner level in this video, so if you are relatively new to blending bracketed exposures or even if this is your first time, then stick around.
If this is not your first exposure blending rodeo, check out my playlist containing all my other exposure blending tutorials – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLj-ISJukb5ArVvw0A3Nd-3WhDK8TK54Fm
More Photoshop Tutorials And Resources:
How To Combine Bracketed Photos in Photoshop (Stunning Results!): https://youtu.be/9YVsqrUfX2k
Photoshop Layers & Masking – 3 Beginner Mistakes To AVOID like the plague: https://youtu.be/q624sCqlOMg
Exposure Blending Photoshop Tutorial: For BEGINNERS ONLY: https://youtu.be/UdgDH_ht-js
How To Blend Exposures in Photoshop (ADVANCED Layer Masking Tutorial): https://youtu.be/r11QIKBxFqo
How to blend multiple exposures using layer masks: https://youtu.be/nirU7Vg9Nk4
Correct Color in 30 SECONDS with this Curves Tip: https://youtu.be/DvwOsiS24oQ
Layers & Layer Masks For Complete Beginners: https://youtu.be/ZBKHeU8rWFs
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Video originally published here: https://youtu.be/UdgDH_ht-js