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Old Dec 24, 2010, 3:50 AM   #291
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The bad part is now i want to go back and run old blog photo postings thru it to improve their look. Lots of work.
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Old Dec 27, 2010, 11:21 PM   #292
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Been away for a bit, but I finally tried B&W....I like it.

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And a niece...

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Old Dec 28, 2010, 11:00 AM   #293
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I love the new HDR Toning tool in CS5 !

They're subtle, I know, but that's how I like it... realistic-looking ! :P








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Old Dec 30, 2010, 1:40 PM   #294
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Here are some more Chicago shots from mid November I ran through the software.

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I'm a great grand dad!

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Old Jan 10, 2011, 5:26 AM   #296
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Haven't posted any of mine for a while so here's a difficult shot of dark pines against a bright sky. Quite a strong edit using version 1.131 (settings 7,5,6,6,6). Original Panasonic FZ38.

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The first two were made with the "bold" setting, the third with the "detailed" setting.


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Ardee, these were nice shots anyway and the autoHDR treatment made them better. the middle one with the bridge looks like a clip from that tv show "life after people". i like you tried it in two ways as depending on the target viewing audience, one way or the other may be more approriate.

some pictures with people or animals in them look just plain weird so it's a matter of learning how the various settings affect the outcome.
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There is a new beta version to play with (http://www.martinandanna.talktalk.ne...R1.133beta.exe)

It's the first version to support multi-exposure HDRs. It can be a bit slow but I'll speed it up in a later release when any other bugs have been ironed out. I'd be interested in seeing how well it works with other people's pictures - especially whether my auto-alignment works OK or needs more work.

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A 15-exposure shot of my study where it's all been developed:
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