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Old Nov 4, 2010, 2:06 PM   #1
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Heres just a few shots I took this summer. I have tonemapped them a bit. Hope you like them.

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Congratulations DSP. You are the first one and only one Ive ever seen who has called this tone mapped images instead of HDR. I like what you have done here except for the night skies. They show too much haloing. Just back off on the Highlight slider should do the trick.
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love number four, the fountain...what is HDR?
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Congratulations DSP. You are the first one and only one Ive ever seen who has called this tone mapped images instead of HDR. I like what you have done here except for the night skies. They show too much haloing. Just back off on the Highlight slider should do the trick.
Thanks Bynx! I learned it from you

Im really glad you liked the shots. I agree about the haloing in the sky. But thanks to you I now know how to fix it. I will surely try your tip. I wasnt sure how to fix it before so Im greatful that you share your knowledge.

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love number four, the fountain...what is HDR?
Thanks! Glad you liked it. HDR is High Dynamic Range, and is when you take several, (at least 3), shots with different exposures and put them together to one pic which gives the image a higher dynamic range.

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Number 3 reminds me on Adams Family :-) Like it.
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Number 3 reminds me on Adams Family :-) Like it.
Thanks! Glad you like it
Its taken at "Grona Lund". The theme park in Stockholm. That house is called the scary house.

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since i am a fan of rather darker colors I find 3,4,5 very much to my taste. * is a noce shot also but that thingie in the corner is kind of distracting...
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since i am a fan of rather darker colors I find 3,4,5 very much to my taste. * is a noce shot also but that thingie in the corner is kind of distracting...
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Thanks! Glad you like them.

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