View Full Version : My First Attempt @ HDR
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 18:20
probably aren't the greatest but i wanted to try out HDR as i really like it.
First one is of my father in law's car. I have one of mine but it looks out of focus. :-(
this one is of a field that i thought would turn out ok. you be the judge.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 19:52
not bad, something about the trees bother me , did you alter them. maybe there moving and i see blur, oh well still a good effort , keep it up.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 20:01
not sure, they could have moved. i used the AEB on my XSi and took the pics one after another.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 20:17
the movement can be seen on the monte's mirror.. I am sure it didnt move.. are you using a tripod.. the light level is low for this tie of day and hand holding may be too difficult..
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 21:25
there's a ghost on the car. a tripod is a must. otherwise, these would have been nice shots.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 21:54
tripod was used. it was just after sunset, wanted earlier but couldnt get out in time.
funny, i just noticed the ghost. hard to imagine that its ghosted as it was on a tripod and the shots were taken right after each other auto matically using the AEB and continuous shooting mode.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 22:24
It is vertical camera movement. Take a look at all horizontal lines...the roof of the car, the power lines, etc. There are multiple images, vertically separated.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 22:29
Open Elements and remove the ghosts (or halos--I'm not sure which) around the trees.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 22:30
You also need to look at the forum rules for posting photos. Yours are too big.
6th of August 2009 (Thu), 23:18
try just using the normal shot out of the AEB and doing a pseudo HDR
Ed The Shed
8th of August 2009 (Sat), 07:21
Redfire202 I have had a similar problem when shooting HDR from a tripod cable release etc.
I swear that there was no movement and everything was stable but I still got ghosting images.
I was using Photomatix to create the HDR image, I played around with the alignment settings and finally got a good image. I would suggest going back and re-merging your files and see how you get on.
10th of August 2009 (Mon), 01:15
Try a remote shutter control and engage the mirror lockup??
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