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Old Dec 9, 2010, 6:33 PM   #1
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So I've bought photoshop CS5 and Photomatix with the tone mapping plug-in, so I guess I am set software-wise.

So how do you actually do it in practice with the FZ35? I guessed the tripod and many pictures with different exposures, but how different (or how do you know what range?)? is 3 enough or 7-8 is better? JPEG or RAW? do you change both aperture and shutter speed?

Is it possible to hand-hold your camera? any guides about how to use photomatix + CS5 to make the HDR images? or is it easy enough to experiment by myself?
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Old Dec 10, 2010, 8:32 AM   #2
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So I've bought photoshop CS5 and Photomatix with the tone mapping plug-in, so I guess I am set software-wise.

So how do you actually do it in practice with the FZ35? I guessed the tripod and many pictures with different exposures, but how different (or how do you know what range?)? is 3 enough or 7-8 is better? JPEG or RAW? do you change both aperture and shutter speed?

Is it possible to hand-hold your camera? any guides about how to use photomatix + CS5 to make the HDR images? or is it easy enough to experiment by myself?

In the following link you will find a quick tutorial of my HDR workflow and some of my HDR work with the fz 35

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/pa...work-fz35.html

More hdrs

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/pa...-hdr-fz35.html
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Wow thanks! that 1st link with the quick TUT was great I`m guessing ISO 100 is fine? Why turn off Power O.I.S?

I will be practicing soon
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Why turn off Power O.I.S?



The ois system will try to find vibrations that not exist using a tripod, causing blurred images
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