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Old Feb 8, 2011, 4:04 PM   #11
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Yeah thats how i understand it because in the post process software there is the option to load bracketed photos and then tone map the combination or tone map a single one but in the tutorial HDR processing is the one with many exposures
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Yeah thats how i understand it because in the post process software there is the option to load bracketed photos and then tone map the combination or tone map a single one but in the tutorial HDR processing is the one with many exposures
Whatever you did, your shots look great!
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Old Feb 8, 2011, 6:00 PM   #13
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Lol thanks i am just new i am trying all the things i see :P and trying to experiment with the fz35 and get better
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saly, as I understand it a true HDR image needs to be at least 32 bits and can't be displayed in a 16-bit image. Tone Mapping involves translating that image into a 16-bit image; the resulting image would still be called "HDR", but isn't actually.

So all HDR processing involves some form of tone mapping to end up with a viewable JPEG or whatever; it is the tone mapping algorithm that gives the specific "look and feel" to the image.

geoper, these are really nice photos - looks insanely cold though!
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Very nice series. On the second shot, I'd crop off the roof bit on the upper right side. What camera did you use?
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Old Feb 9, 2011, 11:39 AM   #16
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Thanks for the comments and the correction Tullio and backyard! They are all taken with my Fz35 in this frozen country and these days the temperature keeps going down :P and i am not embracing it hehe

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It was not a correction but a suggestion. The image looks very good irregardless. The FZ35 has proven to be an excellent hybrid camera.
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