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domang Aug 30, 2006 5:04 AM

Very nice pic, missionary.

And good links, indiaguy.

The results of this technique can be extraordinary. And that, IMO, is a weakness as well as a strength. The tendency is to give dramatic effect to every picture and give an unnatural look. I think the art of the thing will be in knowing when to stop.

missionary's picture is believable and so is the picture of the boy in the second link. Some of the other pics don't look quite right to me.

Red Royalty Aug 30, 2006 5:38 AM

lovely picture, gives me a slightly creepy feel, i think you got the ambience just right :cool:

indianguy077 Aug 30, 2006 5:48 AM

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Here some more shots of HDR Tech

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and more..

indianguy077 Aug 30, 2006 5:49 AM

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and the final one.

Morag2 Aug 30, 2006 12:02 PM

I find this kind of interesting... is the program used for it freeware? If so, could someone link me to a download page?

shooting_rubber Aug 30, 2006 12:37 PM

this is cool.........where can you download the software??is there any free software because the software you said costs money:(so is there any free software for this that anybody here knows of?


missionary Aug 30, 2006 1:17 PM

Here's one link to try. Prog says it's freeware and accomplishes what is needed. The Photomatix, the more I learn, seems to be the application most are using. However this costs $59 to $109 depending on which module you choose. They have a free trial though you can play with.


Here's another one I took that morning when I was subject hunting. I'm really not quite sure yet what to look for in a subject for this. What I've found thus far is that theclouds and a splash of color can really make these pictures jump out.

I'm happy thatothers here find this fascinating as well.I'm so brand new to cameras and am much more anphysical artist than a photographer. Actually I'm happy to be able to contribute something interesting here as well.I've learned a ton from reading the forums here. Thanks

Boily Aug 30, 2006 8:05 PM

indianguy077 Aug 31, 2006 4:02 AM

If any one need this full version of this software, i can share that with any one.

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