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Old May 9, 2011, 10:14 PM   #381
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Martin, I do not ,for the life of me, know why you chose to share this remarkable program with the world, but you got my vote for man of the year for doing so. Maybe a knight hood is in order, well if the Queen was a photographer I am sure it would happen!!!!! Thanks ever so much for sharing.!
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Old May 10, 2011, 10:52 AM   #382
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Martin, I do not ,for the life of me, know why you chose to share this remarkable program with the world, but you got my vote for man of the year for doing so. Maybe a knight hood is in order, well if the Queen was a photographer I am sure it would happen!!!!! Thanks ever so much for sharing.!

There's a button DONATE in his web site. You can always help Martin. I didn't cause i'm not so much fond of HDR, but you can donante even a small amount via PAYPAL. I guess that if everybody could donate about U$10, it would be a great help for him.
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Old May 10, 2011, 5:39 PM   #383
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Old May 11, 2011, 10:27 PM   #384
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I love this program... It's so cool!!!

1st try here: Kudos to AutoHDR (Nudity Waning !!!)

and 2nd try below:
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Beautiful as always Walter - I think I like this even more than the snow&ice shots.
NHL - very nice - really worked well on the nudes - not fake looking at all

I had the luck to bo on the 27th floor of a building in London this week and remembered to take my camera - got plenty more to post but here's a first HDR looking across the Thames towards the City. Quickly processed from the camera, using the 'Detailed' preset and resized. nothing more than that.

The milennium wheel is on the left with the 'Gherkin' behind it. Big Ben and the houses of parliament in the middle and the 'Shard' being built to the right. Further back you can see Canary Wharf and the City.

[Edit] Sony a580, 18-55 kit lens f10, 1/125s ISO 100

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And here's one of Jaisalmer, again on the 'detailed' setting...
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Old May 30, 2011, 1:34 AM   #387
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I'm still using your version 1.123 and having good results with it Martin...

Here is some kind of water growing flower...

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After... using detailed mode.

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Hi Martin

Although I've written before - I wish to say again, thanks for your great software. I've just downloaded v2.0.1 and it's great! The extra details and amount of dynamic range that can be presented via photos processed with your small file often improves them substantially.

On a few changing settings, the program had 'errors' - do you want me to post here or somewhere else?

Secondly, I really appreciated seeing the photo of London. I lived in London for several years, and it is good to see parts of the City that are so familiar to me, including right down to Canary Wharf (I lived on the Isle of Dogs, just south of that). Certainly a city that is changing (as it ever does).

Again, appreciate your work (and your photos). Kind regards

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Thanks Paul, best to PM me or email me errors with as much detail as you can.
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Thank you Martin.

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I wanted a muted, almost monochromatic look just as we saw it. Results were better than I could get with my (unamed) HDR program.
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