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Old Oct 20, 2006, 9:22 PM   #1
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I was so impressed with HogRider's Austrian photos using HDR photography with Photomatrix. I decided to try out the technique, and use the program to generate HDR's. Not all turn out, but the following are heading the right direction.

All are taken with the Sigma 24-135, except #2, with the Zenitar Fisheye

#1 - Monument Valley, UT
#2 - Goosenecks, Upper Colorado River, UT
#3, 4, 5 - Hite Area, Upper Lake Powell, UT
#6, 7, 8 - Outside of Goblin Valley, Grand Escalante Staircase, UT

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Impressive- I'm going to have to try this. Your first one is really wonderful.

Did you have raw pictures that you "developed" differently or are these pictures where you did exposure bracketing?
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Great Pictures!!!

How many pictures was taken in each one?

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