Brian Matiash is commercial architecture photographer, writer, and lover of all things social media. When he is not out photographing the ever-shifting trends of exterior and interior design, he is roaming around and exploring the city to capture the forgotten corners and loose ends that so often get overlooked. You can see daily offerings from these explorations on his blog.
Brian has spent the past several years learning and mastering the use of High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging to provide his photos with a level of realism not normally captured with conventional photography. He is the author of recurring HDR columns on CurrentPhotographer.com and ProPhotoResource.com , where he shares tips, tricks, and techniques to gain the most out of HDR photography. He is also an editor of HDR Spotting , the leading gallery/resource dedicated to showcasing HDR images. Brian’s HDR images have been published in a variety of news and magazine publications, as well as displayed in various art galleries in Boston, MA and New York, NY.
Be sure to check out all of Brian’s great articles below.
In this article Brian Matiash shares some of the practices that he religiously follows and wholly attribute to getting to where he is now and to how he’s been able to meet, and shoot with, some of the most talented, fantastic, and generally great people in the industry.
In part 2 of the HDR Best Practices Guide, Brian Matiash show how he manages his images for a smooth and efficient workflow.
In this article Brian Matiash talks about how using the X-Rite ColorChecker Passport improves his HDR images by helping to correct white balance and create custom DNG color profiles.
In this article, Brian Matiash shares his best practices for capturing HDR images in the field.