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Old Sep 13, 2007, 2:21 AM   #1
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Old Sep 14, 2007, 12:16 AM   #3
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I have done a number of HDR photos, mostly landscapes on sunny days. (as few as they seem to be). Mostly with my Minolta 7hi. It works nicely to not only bring out shadow detail, but really helps with dark noise from the older camera.

You seem to have a pretty good handle on the procedure, if this is a first attempt. The only criticism I have is that the foreground is maybe a bit too bright, and doesn't look quite natural. I have a tendency to do this myself, and will often go back later to lower the shadow levels.

Using Photoimpact, I can profile my camera for HDR, and get the dynamic range from one photo. It emphasizes the noise so much, though, that I only do it with my *ist D, which is inherently less noisy.

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Bynx,

You have a good eye and a very steady hand. The result is truly lovely! I look forward to seeing more of your HDR pics here.

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Thanks Robleemom. Your comments are always appreciated. Here is another HDR.
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