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Mar 27, 2006 03:55 |  #1

Went with some friends yesterday at Roxas Blvd. While waiting for the sunset, I took the opportunity to shoot this photos ;D.

Hope you like this batch.

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Mar 27, 2006 06:14 |  #2

Greate shots. You have I eye for beauty.
My favorite is first and the last.
I like the shine of the railing in the last one.


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Mar 27, 2006 06:50 |  #3

Amazing :shock: these are like paintings!


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Mar 27, 2006 07:38 as a reply to  @ Olli's post |  #4

Olli wrote:
Amazing :shock: these are like paintings!

i was just thinking this to myself! i don't know if it's the post processing or what...but these are amazing


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Mar 27, 2006 17:48 |  #5

Thanks guys :)

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Mar 27, 2006 18:53 |  #6

Nice! Relatively no traffic for a change... I miss Manila...


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Mar 28, 2006 00:35 |  #7

I must agree. They are like paintings. Very nice.


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Mar 28, 2006 19:44 |  #8

Thanks guys!

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Mar 28, 2006 20:01 |  #9

Great shots! Mind sharing your pp secrets?


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Mar 28, 2006 20:05 as a reply to  @ ajbalazic's post |  #10

ajbalazic wrote:
Great shots! Mind sharing your pp secrets?

Heheheh it's not really a secret. The post processing is called HDR you can find that feature under automate of Photoshop CS2. You have to use your camera's bracketing features to create 3 photos on a diff exposure level. (Example -1.5, 0 , +1.5) then let Photoshop do the merging ;)

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Mar 28, 2006 20:15 |  #11

Cool! Thanks- that will be an interesting project.


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Mar 29, 2006 18:27 as a reply to  @ ajbalazic's post |  #12

ajbalazic wrote:
Cool! Thanks- that will be an interesting project.

Your are very welcome ;)

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Mar 29, 2006 20:34 |  #13

Parc, lovely shots and a lovely effect. I just tried to do the same to some of my images and I've run into a snag, maybe you'll have some advice.

I shot an image in RAW, I converted the same raw file into 3-7 different 16-bit tiff files (tried one with 3, one with 7). I used different exposure compensation for each file. When I try to merge PS tells me "there's not enough dynamic range in these images to create a useful HDR file". Where am I going wrong?



  
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Mar 29, 2006 21:55 |  #14

Dorman, you might not have enough range meaning each one of your pics you're trying to merge might not be about 1full f-stop away from the other.


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Mar 29, 2006 22:01 |  #15

Do you think it has to do with the fact that I'm creating these differently exposed images from a single RAW, rather than taking seperate frames?



  
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