Photoshop Tutorial – How to Create Cinematic Effect

In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create Cinematic Effect in Photoshop This effect is really basic and easy to do please thumbs up if you like this tutori…
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Merge to HDR in Photoshop High Dynamic Range for more info. How to create an HDR(High Dynamic Range) 32 bit image using the new Merge to HDR in A…
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42 thoughts on “Photoshop Tutorial – How to Create Cinematic Effect

  1. I like the toning to be done in camera Raw . We can set the black and white point there. Now I prefer Photoshop above Photomatix using this method I don’t .

  2. hdr pictures becomes superior to other pictures if you just take more than 3 photos. everyone takes two or three but when i take hdr, i take like 6 photos

  3. Great tutorial, although i think there is a bit of lag between the sound and visuals, however – i got there in the end and have started using what you have taught. Well done!

  4. After I merge to HDR i do not get the dialogue box you do. I get a small one giving options to adjust each image’s Av,Tv and ISO setting. However, in this dialogue OK is greyed out and cancel returns me to the original images…

  5. FINALLY! A good tutorial on how to use HDR in photoshop ! You have no idea how long I’ve wanted to learn something (anything really) about it
    thanks !

  6. High Dynamic Range. Making use of the full range of color and exposure values in an image = no lost detail.

  7. I have posted a CS5 version of it
    Also check out photoshopCAFE . com/video for a new DVD coming out in a week

  8. Thanks for you’re help, by the way this man is running windows.. I’m a mac freak and photoshop on my and all iMac’s looks way different, also why would he lie about such a simple thing LOL.

  9. Do you want to learn 90 most professional photoshop tricks? if yes then get it now from freephotoshop .t k

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