Nikon Owner South Coast: A brief introduction to High Dynamic Range photography




(or how I stopped worrying and learned to love bracketing)

A brief introduction to High Dynamic Range photography

by Andrew Hewson

Saturday 16th April, 2011 from 18:00 at The Duke of Wellington, Southampton


As one of the organisers of the NOSCG meetings, Andy Hewson volunteered to present about HDR: not because he feels he’s an expert on it, but because he has had some success using it, can explain what it’s about from a beginner’s perspective, and hopefully give a few pointers for anyone interested in trying it out.

So, if you want to see how the picture below came about, have questions about HDR or have your own HDR photos to show or experiences to share, come along on the 16th April!

The HDR presentation is not planned to take up the whole evening, so everyone is encouraged to bring along their own photos (HDR or not!) to show to the group. As we’ll have the projector and screen available feel free to bring along digital pics on a USB memory stick and we can project them.

The Duke of Wellington, Southampton

The Duke of Wellington
36 Bugle Street
SO14 2AH

Telephone no. +44 (0)23 80339222

The Duke of Wellington is situated in the centre of Southampton, about a 20-minute walk from the railway station and located close to ample parking available at the nearby shopping centre. Visit their web site for more details.

Click here for map


There is a £2 cover charge per person attending to cover the cost of the hire of the room.

If you are planning on attending please post a message replying to the thread about the meeting on the Nikon Owner Message Board to let us know and indicate if you are planning on eating at the pub on the night: Nikon Owner South Coast Group: April Meeting: HDR

Anyone who is going to order food, please arrive by 18:00 so that all orders and dining can be completed before the start of the presentation.



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