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Old Nov 2, 2011, 3:23 AM   #1
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Default Sunsets FZ150

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P1040897_898_899_900_901_fused by LTZ470, on Flickr
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P1060741_2_3_fused by LTZ470, on Flickr
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P1050370_1_2_3_tonemapped by LTZ470, on Flickr
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P1060457_58_59_60_ by LTZ470, on Flickr
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P1060937_38_39_40_fused by LTZ470, on Flickr
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Old Nov 2, 2011, 5:37 AM   #2
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Incredible series LTZ!!! Congrats
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Fantastic photos LTZ, as usual!

You actually got me to chose a FZ150 over other superzooms (that and that I have an old FZ5 which I love).

As I'm quite new to HDR, I have a question; what's the difference between tonemapping and fusing? And what settings do you use on the individual photos? Thank you!
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Old Nov 2, 2011, 10:50 AM   #4
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Wow! and another Wow!

Incredible photos; you have just put the last nail in for pushing me into the FZ150!!!

While all are stunning, #1 is my favorite!
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Old Nov 2, 2011, 10:55 AM   #5
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Fantastic photos LTZ, as usual!

You actually got me to chose a FZ150 over other superzooms (that and that I have an old FZ5 which I love).

As I'm quite new to HDR, I have a question; what's the difference between tonemapping and fusing? And what settings do you use on the individual photos? Thank you!
Download Photomatix Trial Version and process a few photographs...they don't necessarily have to be bracketed these Sunsets were not just 3-4 photos shot equally and processed...easy PP...

http://www.hdrsoft.com/download.html
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Nice sunsets!!!!

Did you do any PP NR on the shots?

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Old Nov 2, 2011, 11:58 AM   #7
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Yes JJ WIndows Photo gallery: 50% NR (Analyze), 10% Sharp, 20% Contrast, -20% Highlights, Auto Color Adjust minimum 10% to Green/Blue, Tint 20% to right, Saturation +10% (I use Auto Color then tweak everything back to almost original colors compromising with Windows Photo gallery...
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Wow, simply beautiful. They are all beautiful but in particular, #1 - sun rays are captivating, and #3 - cloud colors and formation are very dramatic.
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Yes JJ WIndows Photo gallery: 50% NR (Analyze), 10% Sharp, 20% Contrast, -20% Highlights, Auto Color Adjust minimum 10% to Green/Blue, Tint 20% to right, Saturation +10% (I use Auto Color then tweak everything back to almost original colors compromising with Windows Photo gallery...

Thanks for the information.

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