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Old Mar 15, 2008, 3:08 PM   #1
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Here'sa 'four-shot' HDR anda 'four- shot' stitchwork from my balcony...

Just lazy to make a 16 shot HDR stitchwork :-)

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Old Mar 15, 2008, 3:09 PM   #2
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#2 the big picture! Make sure you don't miss the right handside : )
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Good looking work on both pictures. Also very good job on removing all the traffic from the photos, that must have really taken some work,lol:G .
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Old Mar 16, 2008, 12:12 AM   #4
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Both very nice bahadir. What software are you using for the HDR if you don't mind?
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Old Mar 16, 2008, 5:33 AM   #5
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Really nice shots bahadir, excellent work on the pano, I also like the sky in both shots.
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Old Mar 16, 2008, 1:22 PM   #6
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Hello bahadir, hope you don,t mine me putting this in, just wondered what you make of thisor anyone else,was it done in HDR or not ?just a bit of fun.
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Old Mar 16, 2008, 3:01 PM   #7
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Calicajun wrote:
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Good looking work on both pictures. Also very good job on removing all the traffic from the photos, that must have really taken some work,lol:G .
Oh, no pp in either picture; straight from the software :lol:It was the father God who diditall about the traffic on behalf of me!!ActuallyI only tookpains whiledownsizing withthe leastpossible sacrifice in image quality..

Thank you for your kind appreciation : )

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Both very nice bahadir. What software are you using for the HDR if you don't mind?
Thank you, joeybob! I used the Photomatix. You'll findtone mappingthe most enjoyable part there; )


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Really nice shots bahadir, excellent work on the pano, I also like the sky in both shots.
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.....hope you don,t mine me putting this in, just wondered what you make of thisor anyone else,was it done in HDR or not ?just a bit of fun.
Thanks for your kind incentive, Alex!

Actuallyit was a rarelightning undera cloudy skywhich did not last long..Btw,I also appreciate your taking your time for the pseudo HDR version : )Had I shot 4 times more pictures to go in the stitchwork for a HDR pano, I'd have gotten sth like yours!
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I can see that your photo has not had anything done to it, which is very good in my mind,my version is not Hdr its done using curves and blend modes, in lab mode, what I tried to do was to get close to Hdr without using Hdr its self, hope this makes sence.
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I can see that your photo has not had anything done to it, which is very good in my mind,my version is not Hdr its done using curves and blend modes, in lab mode, what I tried to do was to get close to Hdr without using Hdr its self, hope this makes sence.
Yea, actually, itproves to bemore practical than the HDR itself in some cases! Thanks for the elaboration, my friend
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