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Jan 30, 2009 06:23 |  #16

Brilliant conversion Joe


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Jan 31, 2009 00:35 |  #17

Windup wrote in post #7218967 (external link)
Joe,

Nicely done!
Can you share details?

How many exposures and what aperture settings?
Did you use a tripod?
What was your editing software?

Thanks
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Wow! Thanks for all of the comments! Work had me out of commission for a few days and it was a surprise coming back...

Marty: It was shot in a pretty tight space and I was trying out the Sigma 10-20 that I picked up from another list member recently. The HDR was composed of 3 RAWs shot hand-held at f8/ISO 320. I slammed the three images together using Photomatix and then I layered the original exposures under it in Photoshop CS4 so that I can do spot corrections by brushing through a mask and exposing the layer underneath.

Depending on the image, my workflow can change and I will use a filter to remove noise or I will adjust the color curves somewhere in the process.

Note that I did shoot this one hand-held because of the constraints of available space and time since I was on a tour, but I almost always use a tripod and I recently bought a wireless trigger to minimize image shake.

Heycow: Make the trip over there, it's definitely worth it! After I got home I read the guide pamphlet and I realized I probably missed half of the ship!

Thanks again, everyone, for the compliments!

-joe


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Jan 31, 2009 05:23 as a reply to  @ anvilimage's post |  #18

Joe,

Good explanation!
Thanks


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Jun 09, 2010 12:38 |  #19

Awesome!


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Jun 09, 2010 17:32 |  #20

Thanks!

I found it funny when this pics was recently found by someone who converted for a steampunk wallpaper and then someone else pasted in a vintage looking Captain Kirk. Check it out here:

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Jun 09, 2010 19:04 |  #21

Oh lord. Another Dead Poet's Society refrence.
I THOUGHT I WAS DONE WITH ENGLISH!

haha. Nice picture though.


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