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Complete HDR Tutorial 3.0 is now available!

Trey's all new HDR Tutorial featuring Lisa Bettany

I recently spent several weeks exploring the beautiful and unique city of Venice, Italy. I invited Lisa Bettany to join me during the Carnival of Venice to help film this new version of my popular HDR Tutorial. Lisa and I discuss our artistic inspirations and challenges, how we compose a shot, our camera settings and much more. You’re then transported back to my studio where I slowly take you step-by-step through my latest techniques.


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Perfect for Beginners to Advanced Using Windows or Mac

This entirely new HDR tutorial is perfect for Beginners to Mega Advanced professionals who want to see all of my latest post-processing techniques! Plus now it comes in TWO different formats. One is specifically for Windows / Photomatix users and the other is for Mac / Aurora HDR. I think you’ll love them! It’s honestly the highest-quality set of tutorials we’ve ever made.

You’ll be magically transfixed by the 9 main lessons and the 2 bonus ones. Plus you’ll get all my RAW files to practice with. Each one starts with Lisa and I in some kind of photographic situation. You see us out in the wild with our cameras talking about the shots we’re attempting to capture. And then you’ll I take you back to my studio to see how I try to make a little magic happen!

What's Included?

Lesson 1: Setting up your camera
Lesson 2: A Basic HDR Photo
Lesson 3: Indoor HDR
Lesson 4: Outdoor HDR
Lesson 5: Night HDR
Lesson 6: Single Exposure HDR
Lesson 7: Mobile Photography
Lesson 8: Drone HDR
Lesson 9: A final HDR Shot
Bonus Lesson: HDR Sunrise in Extreme Conditions
Bonus Lesson: Vibrant Street Photography

But wait there’s more! :)
I’ve included another 3 videos which are quite unique. You’ll see Lisa and I discussing our artistic journey, the struggles and doubts we face with photography, and lastly, we critique one another’s photos and talk about unusual things we see. is a personal blog where Trey puts up a new unique photo every day and writes about the art, the technology, and the story of the adventures. Actually, this is Trey writing about this in third person. Both Trey and I appreciate your support very much!

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Reminder: The Text HDR Tutorial is Always Free!

I keep a completely FREE HDR Tutorial for Macs and a separate FREE HDR Tutorial for Windows on my website. It is a living document that continues to evolve over the years. It goes over everything you need to get started and is a great introduction to the basics of HDR photography and post processing.

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Some photos from over on the Blog :)

It was a calm and cool night in the Middle East. I was able to walk around, mostly unencumbered, and find different ways the light would bounce here and there from these huge lamps called buildings.
SF would not be the same without the fog, would it? It’s part of the city, like the wind in Chicago. But the wind in Chicago kinda sucks, so I guess that is a bad analogy. Maybe a better one is it’s like the water in Venice or the neon in Vegas. I took this photo from the top of Twin Peaks with a 28-300mm lens. I think it’s probably the best spot to take this photo because of the black background behind the bridge. If you shoot it from the other side, then you get the city behind it. Of course, that can be cool too – it’s just a different sort of shot.
Every day at Aro-Ha we went on a different hike. This photo is a pretty big pano taken about halfway through our trek. Who's that guy? That's Mostafa! He came all the way to New Zealand to participate in our workshop from Saudi Arabia. I really enjoyed hanging out with him and talking… some of these hikes went on for hours, so it gave us plenty of time to get to know one another!
I think I should not have been here. After I was roaming around this area, a few of my Argentine friends told me it was quite dangerous. There is a popular area nearby that is much safer, but I heard it attracts the criminal element... and they are more likely to pick off the weak wildebeests on the outskirts... this was definitely the outskirts.
Right after getting off the plane in Antarctica, we headed over to this enormous bus — it's called Ivan The Terrabus. I think it's one of the biggest busses in the world… one of the best things about it is that it's fully heated inside. In fact, it was so hot that I had to remove a few layers!
I absolutely love exploring Dubai at night. I can't get enough of it. The ironic thing is I stopped in Dubai for a few days to rest and recuperate, but what ended up happening was I stayed up almost every night until dawn with Rene! He and I had so much fun walking around here and taking a ton of photos. I haven't even come close to processing all of them, but here is one of my favorite reflection shots!
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