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Old Nov 12, 2009, 2:16 AM   #1
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Default Just a block of flats, really...

....and nothing I usually shoot as I tend to go for traditional older houses buildt in wood rather than concrete, steel and glass, but the challenge to picture something shot straight against the sun (Yes I know, it's a hazy one, but still...) and still get enough details in the shadows, was too great to resist!

Dynamic-Photo HDR (which I grow more and more found of - at the expense of Dynamix Pro) has done a perfect job in getting out all the details I wanted.




The middle-exposure of this 3-exposure HDR:

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Old Nov 16, 2009, 10:36 PM   #2
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What a great improvement of the middle-picture, mate Hehe, it seems almost all subjects is getting HDR treatment nowadays Walter
I have to admit, I'm pretty stuck in HDR. can't stop taking three pictures of everything

Wow, I didn't realize this until now, but your cropping is done with perfection !
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Old Nov 17, 2009, 12:06 AM   #3
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thats's interesting. I went to the website, looks like a nice piece of software and not too expensive.
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...I have to admit, I'm pretty stuck in HDR. can't stop taking three pictures of everything...
Yeah, I know how it feels - HDR is addictive, and I don't fight back. I just love some of the values you can get out of most ordinary shots. I NEVER make less than 3 exposures of ANY motive nowadays - Ha-ha!
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...looks like a nice piece of software and not too expensive.
As it is, you can ususally download free software nowadays, that works for a trial-periode of approx. 3 weeks. Enough time for you to experiment with it and find out if this is something you would want to invest.

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