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Old Mar 8, 2009, 10:35 PM   #1
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Contrast was really, really bad on this one, and I wanted the sky. So I took a number of handheld shots at different exposures, went home, downloaded free HDR software, and tried to line the exposures back up.

Not bad, but I guess a tripod would have helped. Or maybe an HDR program that actually costs money.

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Old Mar 9, 2009, 3:38 AM   #2
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With thedecent use ofhdr, you've nailed the exposureindeed my friendThe shots to go into the process arevery important, actually, as well as using the software and the final pp at PS or sth. I think you should keep on with the HDR, and I'd be pleased to see your further works! Whichever software you've used, it seems to have worked reallywell.Still,I'dstrongly recommend you the photomatix!
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