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Old Jan 10, 2011, 1:42 PM   #11
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Ancient, how many JPEGs were used for each HDR?
3 out of the 4 photos, I used three JPEGS for test results. The church scene I used 5. However, the final images will either have 5 TIFFS or 7. I made enough RAW exposures to cover a + 3 to -3 range. The RAW's will be corrected and converted into TIFFS. TIFFS will then make the HDR's. RAW's are flexible because the have a +1 to -1 range. Out of the 4 images the church scene will require the most work. I will tweak the kelvin ratings and make a number of HDR's to control the windows and lights. Then blend them all together....
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Thanks!

What program do you use to manipulate your RAW images?
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Old Jan 10, 2011, 2:11 PM   #13
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wow !!! awesome HDRs !!!!
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Old Jan 10, 2011, 4:06 PM   #14
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What program do you use to manipulate your RAW images?
I use Adobe RAW. I do not mess around with Silky Pix, although I heard that it is not bad....
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All very nice...the last being my fav. Although the panorama looks good, there is something funny with the sky.
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All very nice...the last being my fav. Although the panorama looks good, there is something funny with the sky.
Indeed there is. One image is brighter then the other. I did this on purpose to identify the stitch line better. Sometimes there is problems matching up, so it is easier to do this instead of looking for problems.
Once the RAW's are converted, everything will be ok. I like the city at the Mid setting, but in the final image the sky will be done in the high setting...
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Old Jan 11, 2011, 7:23 AM   #17
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This is the last shot I took that cold morning. At first, I really did not like it, but there is different effect going on with this photo. Almost like you can walk on the building type thing...

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