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Old Mar 25, 2009, 3:27 PM   #1
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this is my first try at HDR any tips or tricks and cc is more than welcome as its the best way to learn ....



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Old Apr 3, 2009, 4:29 PM   #2
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You have beautiful rich colors. Well done in my opinion.
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Old Apr 8, 2009, 3:20 PM   #3
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thanks i keep trying :?
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Really nice job. Wouldnt know it was HDR but an exceptionally well exposed photo. The clarity is amazing. Well done. It would make a nice ad page for Nikon. I would put the logo name in top left corner and the features running down the right side.


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haha i agree it does look like its in the spot light, yeah 3 images at differentexsposures i wrote all the settingdown on a piece of paper when i was doing it took about 20 shots in total then just ramdomly picked 3 took me hours as it was my first try..... thanks for your coments another image i did but turned it to sepia after trying tohdr it ... iknow mixing the colours and contrast is the main point of hdr but i kinda like the result




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Thats another really nice shot. As for HDR I think you miss the point. What you are doing with each shot is exposing for each section of light. Long exposure for the dark areas all the way to shorter exposures for the lighter areas. By covering all the areas you can combine as many as you wish, to make your final HDR. Each shot should be 2 or 3 fstops apart. This will depend on how bright or dark the scene is and how much contrast there is between the lightest and darkest parts. There is further info in a thread here on HDR.
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