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Old Feb 23, 2010, 12:41 PM   #11
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Wow Edufloyd, the photo's get better and better, the colours are beautiful, especially the green, green grass. Enjoyed your collection.
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Old Feb 23, 2010, 3:50 PM   #12
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Thanks Paul O for your kind words!!
I'm in the process of learning. The FZ35 does a pretty good job in terms of detail and colour, beautiful camera!!
Thanks again.
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Old May 3, 2010, 1:33 PM   #13
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drawn means attracted to or interested in. i love hdr and am trying to find a basic software that i can use as i am totally new to hdr. my cousin nick has been doing hdr for a while and can be found here, http://www.redbubble.com/people/taut...thing/tags/hdr
keep up the good work my friend i really like it
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Cool i really love the last picture
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I love this!!! Are there any online resources for newbies like me to understand and do HDR?? Maybe simple software, tutorials, etc
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Really Impressed, all your HDR Pictures are beautiful.
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Old May 4, 2010, 12:35 PM   #17
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Those are amazing color and sharpness !!

btw , HDR in FZ35? what that setting could be? or you are talking about doing them via software?
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the 3rd picture in your first post looks like a scene out of a movie! like a movie about the end of the world or something. love it!
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Those are amazing color and sharpness !!

btw , HDR in FZ35? what that setting could be? or you are talking about doing them via software?
Check your manual - it is a scene mode.
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Old May 5, 2010, 10:20 PM   #20
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Thanks guys for your kind words!
My English's poor so i hope you can understand..
HARRYDJEMBE, DROPMYLOAD, FZ35PANA:
In general terms to get an hdr you have to shoot various exposures (the number of shots depends on the dynamic range of the subject, but in good light conditions with three it's enough), one overexposed at +2 EV, the middle one at 0 EV an the last subexposed at -2 EV. The idea is to capture the whole range of light.

Put the camera on a tripod
Set the camera on A mode
Turn off auto white balance
Turn of POWER O.I.S
Choose the aperture
With the fz35 use the auto exposure bracketing setting at +-1 EV, then set the exposure compensation to -1 EV and shoot, getting this way -2EV, -1EV and 0EV. Then set the exposure compensation to +1EV and you'll get 0, +1 and + 2 EV. Erase the doubled shots. The result will be: -2,-1,0,+1,+2 EV
If i need to to go wider i use the camera in M mode changing the shutter speed manually.
Once i get the exposures i use a software called Photomatix Pro to merged and tone mapping the shots and finally i do some post production in Photoshop CS3.
Hope you can understand!

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http://www.flickr.com/groups/myfirst...57619522929526

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