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Old Mar 7, 2010, 10:14 AM   #21
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...And the thought crossed my mind, AFTER I processed your image, that if I was there, I would have taken a hundred different shots from various angles. Thus my question....
Thank's again Dave!

I think I may have missunderstood your question in post 16 before about how many exposures I made. My answer was based on this motive here alone! After all, you asked how many exposures of this scene!

But after that, I keept on shooting that morning, moving from tree to tree, until I hade som 150-shots with different exposure-values. I will post a new thread in the Landscape-forum with some of them!



BTW - feel free to post your edit here Dave, if you like - and thank you for obtaining permission first!


AAMOF I just posted the other pictures, and here is the link: http://forums.steves-digicams.com/la...edles-2-a.html

Thanks for stopping by.

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Old Mar 7, 2010, 10:41 AM   #22
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Ok, read your post and editited your middle exposure. Total time one minute.

Auto levels, auto color, hyped saturation and unsharp mask

From your Middle exposure. On my monitor, it looked soft, so I hyped it for translation to the WEB...



And of course, it's smaller than your version, and your middle exposure is not the exact same crop as your HDR version.

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Not bad, Dave - not bad at all - considering you only had the small 800 x 600 to work with.

Thanks for the edit, Dave - appreciate your work and interest!


P.S.: You are not getting me to say any wise words about HDR - because I have none...!
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Old Mar 8, 2010, 4:38 PM   #24
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Not bad, Dave - not bad at all - considering you only had the small 800 x 600 to work with.

Thanks for the edit, Dave - appreciate your work and interest!


P.S.: You are not getting me to say any wise words about HDR - because I have none...!
Oddly enough, in the latest thread I started, "Shooting Chato II," HDR would have come in quite handy. I played around in Photoshop three layer method, and got the first shot to have a blue sky. Then I got involved in other matters, deleted the original RAW and...

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Chato, so you think you can get to #1 by doing pp in PS or what? #1 is absolutely stunning, totally nicer than #2 [not being critical of #2, but comparatively...]
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Old Apr 9, 2010, 8:41 PM   #26
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Awesome shot... Great job capturing it.

The technical name for that stuff is called Hoar frost, It is when you get fog and the surface temp of objects are below freezing. Awesome stuff to capture.
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