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Aug 31, 2008 09:57 |  #1

A reworking of a shot from last year. ISO 100, f/5, 1/125 sec @ 18mm

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Aug 31, 2008 10:04 |  #2

I think that's a pretty cool shot. I like the color of the jet and the way it reflects it's surroundings.


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Aug 31, 2008 10:05 |  #3

I'm not usually a fan of HDR, but that really works well.

Great work.


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Aug 31, 2008 11:15 |  #4

The HDR process created as ton of noise but the plane looks awesome.


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Aug 31, 2008 11:32 |  #5

I like this ... nice PP


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Aug 31, 2008 12:29 |  #6

I don't usually like HDR but it works in this case. Very nice job :)


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Sep 01, 2008 05:56 |  #7

nice HDR shot...

thanks for sharing

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Sep 01, 2008 16:47 |  #8

tom1s wrote in post #6213651 (external link)
I think that's a pretty cool shot. I like the color of the jet and the way it reflects it's surroundings.

Thanks, Yeah, I liked the way the plane turned out too.

Pete wrote in post #6213658 (external link)
I'm not usually a fan of HDR, but that really works well.

Great work.

Thank you very much.

squashed wrote in post #6213931 (external link)
The HDR process created as ton of noise but the plane looks awesome.

Yeah, I ran it through neat image which got rid of the worst of it but HDR is always going to produce some level of noise I think.

equetefue wrote in post #6214006 (external link)
I like this ... nice PP

Thank you.

RCoulter wrote in post #6214185 (external link)
I don't usually like HDR but it works in this case. Very nice job :)

Well if you don't normally like HDR I must have done something right! :D Thank you.

Avi wrote in post #6218400 (external link)
nice HDR shot...

thanks for sharing

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Sep 01, 2008 17:00 |  #9

wow incredible HDR shot




  
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Sep 01, 2008 20:00 |  #10
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I love the clouds and sun in the background. The plane looks like Korean Air, right? I flew 15 hours straight from Atlanta to Incheon a couple years ago.


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Sep 01, 2008 20:04 |  #11

i like how the sun shines through the clouds.. The ambulance and the plane show alot of noise though.


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Sep 01, 2008 20:42 as a reply to  @ Vndcatr's post |  #12

Fantastic..


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Sep 02, 2008 11:51 |  #13

Solidus SD850 wrote in post #6221175 (external link)
wow incredible HDR shot

Thanks, I appreciate that.

goldboughtrue wrote in post #6222169 (external link)
I love the clouds and sun in the background. The plane looks like Korean Air, right? I flew 15 hours straight from Atlanta to Incheon a couple years ago.

It's a KLM actually. I think the flight from the UK to California's probably about the longest I've done. 10/11 hours is quite long enough for me!

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i like how the sun shines through the clouds.. The ambulance and the plane show alot of noise though.

Yeah, as I said I think the HDR process itself throws up a lot of noise. I've tried to control it as best as I can but there's only so much I can do with it. And I agree about the sun and clouds, that was the main reason I took the shot.

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Fantastic..

:D Thanks!


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Sep 02, 2008 11:54 |  #14

Excellent HDR shot Elfy. How many images did you import?


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Sep 02, 2008 12:08 |  #15

canonloader wrote in post #6226163 (external link)
Excellent HDR shot Elfy. How many images did you import?

Thank you very much. This is one shot, converted seven times in CS3 and saved as TIFFs. Then the different TIFFs were loaded into Photomatix. The resulting image was then worked on back in CS3, applying adjustment layers, noise reduction and a spot of dodging and burning.


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