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Old Mar 9, 2008, 6:43 PM   #1
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Have just done a HDR version of the picture I posted at Landscape photos, byblending the two pics. below manuallyat the Photoshop. C&C wellcome : )

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Hi bahadir. Here is my take on the HDR. Do you have Photomatic Pro?
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Old Mar 10, 2008, 5:58 AM   #5
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Thanx for taking your time, Bynx ! I've got the Beta trail version of the Photomatix. It might look a bit archaic effort still blending manually using masks and brushes once you have such sophisticated software : )

Actually tone mapping is the most important part of the process @ Photomatix which allow you a great scope to determine the end result according to your like! And below ismy Photomatix version!


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Very good Bahadir. Next time when doing the HDR click the MOVING OBJECTS box. It will eliminate the ghosted images of the cars. The white ghost cars behind is the distance travelled between shots. Other than that, very nice.
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Very good Bahadir. Next time when doing the HDR click the MOVING OBJECTS box. It will eliminate the ghosted images of the cars. The white ghost cars behind is the distance travelled between shots. Other than that, very nice.
Dear Bynx, thanks for the good motivationYea, you're right! I should have checked the moving box! That's an incredibly powerful tool which awaits my further studying! I believe, next time, there'llbe neither the watermarksnor the ghosted images
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Aha third image to go into the HDR makes a change, IMO! Especiallywith the Beta version which works along with theoriginal product
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BIG improvement. The cars have lost their blurry look and came out much sharper. Nice job Bahadir.
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Old Mar 10, 2008, 2:19 PM   #10
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Nicely done, just look how the lead car changed it's positon on the road

in the last picture.

I also wonder how the software HDR stands up aganst the latest features

now on some camera's, multiple exposure and HDR on board.

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