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A little about HDRI imaging
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Garry Lewis

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Garry Lewis
In this collection of videos we will learn how to create HDRI images for lighting. This video collection will walk you through creating your own high dynamic range images. And not only just getting an HDRI we look at what makes an HDRI more realistic, stylized, and more interesting for your lighting. We begin with the equipment necessary to create an HDRI image. We cover two methods of gathering the initial images. First the chrome probe ball used in gardens everywhere. Next the fish eye lens which can gather 360 degrees of your view. After you create several HDR's you'll be matching the lighting in your video footage or just enhancing your studio lighting in no time.
Introduction and Project Overview
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Introduction and Project Overview

 
01:32
A little about HDRI imaging
2

A little about HDRI imaging

 
03:49
The necessary equipment
3

The necessary equipment

 
08:50
Scouting for a good shoot, and how to make it better
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Scouting for a good shoot, and how to make it better

 
07:31
Setting up the location
5

Setting up the location

 
03:38
Camera setup
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Camera setup

 
10:55
Chrome probe and a fish eye
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Chrome probe and a fish eye

 
08:26
Post photo shoot organization
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Post photo shoot organization

 
09:23
Back to the studio and Photoshop
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Back to the studio and Photoshop

 
50:56
Converting probe images into latitude/longitude images
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Converting probe images into latitude/longitude images

 
08:11
Testing our HDR image in a 3D scene
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Testing our HDR image in a 3D scene

 
38:08