11. Introduction to HDR & 32bpc
• Use camera raw images & create HDRI in Photoshop
• Create blooming and realistic motion blur
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Jun 12, 2006
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43 Responses to "Introduction to HDR & 32bpc"
Matt
05/01/2014
Hey Andrew,

I know this tutorial is a few years old and most of the tutorial showed how to achieve HDR with stills, but are there any techniques one can do to achieve HDR results with video? I know that there are some cameras and firmware patches one can get to capture images with duel ISOs, but was curious if there was any techniques in AE to get HDR results for video.
shailaja
05/10/2012
nice. waiting for element 3d.
HELJi
08/31/2011
arigato
Rajkumar
08/20/2011
hello sir,
i m from india i like your tutorials very much.
i thing i want to ask is how the radial really works
Breno Bigi
05/26/2011
win! thx from Brasil!
iMan
01/22/2011
where did you get the HDR files from o_O
Seshu
12/05/2010
Sir
This is the best WEBSITE for AFTER EFFECTS and
I want to learn more about adobe after effects in Rotoscopy & Stereoscopy tutorials.Can you give me more tips how to work on it Pls sir.

Andrew very very thanks sir,
Elliot Tower
10/22/2011
You are absolutely true with that. He is like the brian cox of AE. Seriously, that guy can talk about anything and make it interesting and let me learn it.
He made boring black holes and stuff interesting.

now you make boring expressions interesting! Thanks.
LukasVideosify
01/21/2011
Sir. Yes, Sir. xD
But you're right. Kramer is one of the best in explaining After Effects. No doubt about it. :)
Faizurr
10/27/2010
Hai Andrew
Thank You.
Rizwan Ahmad Khan
10/25/2010
I love the way you teach. your way of telling and guiding through every step is just so smooth and easy that it makes everything a piece of cake to learn. i've just started using AE and i believe i've wasted 24yrs of my life doing nothing. I wish i would've started AE long before. Never the less i'm grateful to you. because now that i'm getting into post production. i'm sure i can use some handy tips and tutorials from you. Thanks for such a great website and great plugins.
RAMACHANDRA
10/19/2010
Hi. Andrew
very very thanks
I want to learn more about adobe after effects.Can you give me more tips how to work on it.
Pls. and to develop my future on this Software
Danny Firtual
08/22/2010
Andrew Kramer is the Chuck Norris of AE (Y)
jannica
07/07/2010
this is so cool! thanks sir andrew for these tutorials! it really helps me a lot.....
ismail from morocco
04/26/2010
You are Great andrew kramer
manoj
03/20/2010
i think andrew kramer is made for after effects. thanks for providing such great tutorials.
Russ
03/03/2010
Best kept secret on the net...... don't tell anybody.... got everybody thinking I actully have some skills..... but it's all Andrew.... he he he
Rotimok
02/03/2010
Sir, You are just too good, you got me feeling like Spelberg and the likes.... Thanks!
Farhan Farrukh
01/20/2010
This is the best WEBSITE for AFTER EFFECTS and Andrew Kramer is JUST TO GOOD
kid
11/25/2009
Are you kidding me, this has been here all along?

Thanks,
khayam mughal
07/27/2009
such great work sir Andrew.
Darkfaced
07/06/2009
Thanks a lot prof...very nice...with these nice tut and your sense of humor really got my interest to learn more...very interesting.
Ram
07/01/2009
Very useful tutorial...simply ilove this one
lsslhym
06/11/2009
Thank you !!
KOREASCIENCEACADEMY
04/10/2009
I really appreciate this.
TiMO
03/19/2009
Fantastic.
best
02/04/2009
this was great
Diego de Castro
01/15/2009
hi Andrew! another thing... visit we webpage to see what we do in Brazil!
it's a plesure for me!
tks Guy! see you!
Diego de Castro
01/15/2009
Andrew i need know the nameof that's music! becouse is a great hit for me!
can you invid that for me?!
and Ps: congratulations for that's work! it's amazing!
that's it!
i'll waitng for the answer!
Hamilton
09/26/2008
Very good explanation!
Congratz!
Mohamed
09/13/2008
I really enjoy your explanation that make all easy thanks dude
rarcntv
09/12/2008
Greattttttttttttttttttttttt Tutorial... Oh I want to work with you its really nice. Need more about visual effect just http://exclusivz.blogspot.com
Lawrence
08/21/2008
Hey Andrew,i'm working in broadcast company here in the phils.I want to learn more about adobe after effects.Can you give me more tips how to work on it.Pls. email your reply to my email add tnx.
yogesh k
07/14/2008
Introduction to HDR & 32bpc is good but we cant see the tutorial on ur site pl. reload it
jack
07/03/2008
thank
zoro
06/02/2008
thank ~
Majid Al-Aydeross
05/19/2008
Great info.. helped a lot in getting a better understanding of HDR.. Thanks a lot!
Owain
03/14/2008
Concise, informative and entertaining as ever. Your tutorials are a fantastic resource. The Photoshop 'Merge to HDR' was a great (and unexpected) bonus! Thank you.
Torgeir
03/09/2008
Love the RAW Viewer tip
Andrew Yang
02/10/2008
great explanation Andrew! I also agree with Man Chicken.
ManChicken
11/10/2007
The 'float' actually refers to the fact that the pixel values for each channel are stored as floating point numbers, not as integers as in 8 or 16 bit per channel images.
sunalay
10/06/2007
I like it.
ned bertrand
09/24/2007
Fine. I'll comment.