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Old Jul 7, 2006, 6:13 PM   #11
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ah, well that's cool.

These were more sunset shots, so I'm not surprised at the highlight blowout. I also wouldn't have wanted to do anything about them in this case. However, it's good to know for cases where I will want to do something about it.




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you're right phil, here's one of mine. taken w/the mx years ago..

edit: i hit the wrong button. i'll also have to look for it.
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Old Jul 7, 2006, 6:18 PM   #12
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here it is.
BTW, i added the lens flare with photoshop.

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Old Jul 7, 2006, 6:24 PM   #13
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Thanks, Roy! Now that would be a really interesting feature - I've done a few things with bracketing then cutting and pasting the parts that are correctly exposed, but that takes forever, and it's hard to get the parts selected without it being obvious what you've done. Too often I've gotten frustrated and given up, so it would be great if the program would do all that! Guess I know what I'll be playing with this weekend...
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Old Jul 7, 2006, 7:38 PM   #14
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i haven't yet, but look under HDR in the help menu and see what you get.

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By the way, I really like the photo you posted above - forgot to mention it in all the excitement of learning about a new, interesting tool in CS2. The lens flare is well done, and fits in with the picture.
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