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Old Jun 5, 2011, 6:48 PM   #1
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Default Large Air Force plane

Caught this large plane flying over the house. I used "P", full zoom; hand held.

Using the AutoHDR program, & the settings the author used for a bird photo a week or so ago; I was able to lighten the airplane against the bright sky; to make a much better photo!
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Old Jun 5, 2011, 6:49 PM   #2
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The settings in the AutoHDR I used was:
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I absolutely love this program!
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Is that High Dynamic in My Color mode or something else entirely?
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interesting prospective of the c-17 globemaster.
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Is that High Dynamic in My Color mode or something else entirely?
Not sure I understand the question. I used this wonderful program (courtesy of a member here); and used the settings I mentioned above.
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Thanks Shoturtle! It was going directly over the house, so was able to grab these shots. Sure love the ease of my FZ40!
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Not sure I understand the question. I used this wonderful program (courtesy of a member here); and used the settings I mentioned above.

Sorry, forgot the link:

http://www.autohdr.co.uk/
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Breath taking shot of the Globemaster.

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Carol - awesome shots!! Those things are HUGE, aren't they?
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Oh, it's a computer program. My Color is a mode on the FZ40/45 (symbol on the top dial is an artist's palette--between iA and Portrait) and High Dynamic is a setting in the My Color mode.
Now it makes sense that you said you were in "P" a.k.a. Program mode.
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