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JJD.Photography
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Feb 18, 2012 08:22 as a reply to post 13906676 |  #46

B&W HDR

Anyone care to share tips / workflow with black & white HDR?

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May 08, 2012 21:27 |  #47

I have a question.

If I use software like Lightroom or Photoshop to manually overexpose and underexpose one shot that I have saving all three post capture exposures can I then create a HDR shot using those varied exposures?




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May 11, 2012 01:44 |  #48

stumbows wrote in post #14402048external link
I have a question.

If I use software like Lightroom or Photoshop to manually overexpose and underexpose one shot that I have saving all three post capture exposures can I then create a HDR shot using those varied exposures?

Yes and most of the popular HDR software packages can accept a single image as the source, so there's not need to create extra exposure in Photoshop. But note you're not creating a true HDR in the sense that a single exposure "bracketed" in Photoshop won't provide anymore detail than the single exposure itself: If you have clipped highlights or shadows in your single exposure, they'll be clipped in your tonemapped version.

If you really want to take advantage of HDR, you'll need multiple, "real" bracketed exposures.


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Aug 16, 2012 07:14 as a reply to taylor_h's post |  #49

Shutter speed cheat sheet?

Does anyone have a shutter speed pocket cheat guide for those who want to bracket more than the standard 3 shots?


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Oct 15, 2012 13:28 |  #50

I am very interested in experimenting with HDR. Can anyone tell me how to program my Canon 60d (creative mode) so that I can just turn the dial to "C" and have my options preset for shooting HDR? I have tried with no success.




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Oct 15, 2012 19:43 |  #51

cturner wrote in post #15125485external link
I am very interested in experimenting with HDR. Can anyone tell me how to program my Canon 60d (creative mode) so that I can just turn the dial to "C" and have my options preset for shooting HDR? I have tried with no success.

Set the camera to Av mode and adjust the aperture to your choice. Set the drive mode to high speed continuous if you are using a remote release or the 2 second timer if using the shutter button. Set the ISO to a reasonable value (but not auto ISO). Set AEB to whatever interval you want, usually + - 2 stops. Then register these settings to the C mode.

Registering the C mode is explained on page 262 of the manual.

Forgot to mention: When in Av mode, be sure to use the little black viewfinder cover attached to the camera strap. It will block light entering the viewfinder and affecting exposure.


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Oct 22, 2012 16:10 |  #52

JJD.Photography wrote in post #14865383external link
Does anyone have a shutter speed pocket cheat guide for those who want to bracket more than the standard 3 shots?

I know this is an old post, but you ought to look at installing Magic Lantern firmware extension on your camera. It supports bracketing with up to 7 shots for HDR.

I'm not sure if I'm getting much better results with more than 3 shots (-2EV, metered, and +2EV) though. I guess it depends on the scene but anecdotally it seems like my 3-shot HDRs turn out better. My photomatix technique is surely lacking, however.




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Jan 10, 2013 00:30 |  #53

B and H tutorial video

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Jun 23, 2013 09:45 |  #54

imjason wrote in post #15469199external link
B and H tutorial video

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=v3CPavb2NWsexternal link

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Dec 01, 2013 03:57 |  #55

Hi, Can anyone direct me to a link for Night Time HDR tutorials.
Prefer video ones but read only would be great.
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Dec 23, 2015 06:46 |  #56

I find it extraordinary that this outdated thread (mainly Photomatix-based) remains as a sticky!


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Charlie ­ Victor
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Feb 26, 2016 07:26 as a reply to Stiga's post |  #57

I find it extraordinary that this outdated thread (mainly Photomatix-based) remains as a sticky!


Having worked my way through the posts and on finding broken link after broken link then seen the post dates and realised that the thread is prehistoric, I came to post the same thing! :)


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