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Old May 19, 2014, 12:16 AM   #1
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Using just the 7-14. The E-M1's weather resistance comes in handy as there was a little mist in the air this weekend. Still messing with various HDR techniques. Some multiple image (like Grave Digger) and some single shots exposed for the highlight then pushed to the max in LR.
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Old May 19, 2014, 12:19 AM   #2
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Few more from the shoot. Hopefully this HDR thing I'm going through is just a phase.
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SUPER!!!!!!!! or is it SUPR .... whichever, I REALLY like all of these, especially your compositions.

I do like them all (HDR too), good job, I need to try this.
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The HDR might be a bit much for some people's taste in the exterior shots, but for the engine shot it really works.
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Old May 19, 2014, 2:35 PM   #5
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Fantastic shots Chipersei and nice PP, I agree with Drew about the HDR but works great for the engine and interior shots. That engine looks cleaner than my D600 sensor..!!

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Thanks for the comments guys. Interestingly (maybe not?) the engine is a single raw processed in LR. Shot at 1/250 f6.3 ISO 100 Exposure Bias -0.3. Here's the original. The hood of the caddy and the rear of the SUPR 57 are also single exposures. You pretty much don't need multiple exposures to get an HDR effect.

Thanks again for the comments.
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Very neat style of processing. It works great with classic autos like this.
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Those are great and I really enjoyed viewing them. Excellent work.
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