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Old Jul 21, 2010, 2:19 PM   #21
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he did a six shot resulting in 5 used -2 0 +2 then -1 0 +1 then discard one of the 0(middle) exposures when using your hdr software.
I think the FZ35 only allows +-1 bracketing (that's all I can find) so you'd need to set it to +-1, then manually adjust the ev -1 to give you -2,-1,0 and then manually adjust the ev to +1 to give you 0,1,2 and again, discard one of the zeros.
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Old Jul 21, 2010, 11:05 PM   #22
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Thanks so much for your kind words Shara!
In the following link i wrote a quick tutorial with the FZ35: http://forums.steves-digicams.com/pa...work-fz35.html

By the way, the shots was taken in Uruguay, South America (next to Argentina)
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Nice work; you didn't overdo it. It looks as though you have good control over the process.

I like all the shots, but the first two appeal most to me. I like that you got the minaret straight up in the first shot, but I think I would have done a perspective adjust on the ends of the building.

Otherwise, very, very good results.
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Thanks simple for your kind words!!

You are right, i always like the "overcooked" look, it's a matter of tastes.
I upload two pics to see people's opinion, #1 "less overcooked" and #2 "overcooked"
What's your opinion?
2 for me
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Old Aug 13, 2010, 9:14 PM   #25
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Some lovely shots in there. Really like #1 & 4 plus the later post with a stone wall in the foreground shot. I prefer the 'over-cooked' look ! I'm using a Mac which in general has a better screen than most PCs (we also have a Dell, HP and Sony lappies) and I've a feeling this makes a difference.
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Some lovely shots in there. Really like #1 & 4 plus the later post with a stone wall in the foreground shot. I prefer the 'over-cooked' look ! I'm using a Mac which in general has a better screen than most PCs (we also have a Dell, HP and Sony lappies) and I've a feeling this makes a difference.

Thanks for your words Frogfish! The pictures you've mentioned are a bit older, they were made when I start to do HDRs. In the following links are a few more new ones. I think I've improve my technique from my starting point:

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/hd...ther-hdrs.html
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