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Jul 19, 2010 22:35 |  #16

Beautiful.


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Jul 19, 2010 22:46 |  #17

HDR can be done hand held as long as the people don't move too much.




  
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Jul 19, 2010 22:46 |  #18

janeks wrote in post #10568110 (external link)
HDR can be done hand held as long as the people don't move too much.

or the photographer :D


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Jul 19, 2010 22:47 |  #19

Encore! Great shot, I'd like to see more.


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Jul 20, 2010 00:13 |  #20

That's fantastic. Can you tell us what the settings were? What F stop?


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Jul 20, 2010 03:15 |  #21

Now that's one effin beautiful HDR. Well done!




  
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Jul 20, 2010 18:11 |  #22

Thanks again, everyone!

@mellofelow: 15mm, ISO2000 (yes, two thousand!), f3.5 and the base exposure was 1/40.

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Jul 20, 2010 18:29 |  #23

awesome




  
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Jul 20, 2010 19:30 |  #24

Just one RAW image? or bracketed?
Edit: just read your page, got the answer


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Jul 20, 2010 21:33 |  #25

Didn't you say you took three images? What are the settings for the other two?

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@mellofelow: 15mm, ISO2000 (yes, two thousand!), f3.5 and the base exposure was 1/40.

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Jul 20, 2010 22:40 |  #26

Thanks! Should have read your blog page.

That's surprising at F3.5 because the depth of focus is unbelievable.


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Jul 20, 2010 23:11 |  #27

I appreciate where you took the shot from. That's thoughtful positioning.


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Jul 21, 2010 00:54 |  #28

@Buckeye1: Sorry, I should have been more explicit in my description. The bracket spread on this shot was 0,-2,+2 bringing the other two exposures to 1/10 and 1/160. I updated the info on my blog, too, since I also got that question there.

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Jul 21, 2010 05:46 |  #29

Amazing picture!!

I am curious about your focal point. How did you get the entire picture in focus at f3.5?


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Jul 21, 2010 11:38 |  #30

With a wide angle lense, unless your subject is really close you can get away with a wide aperture and still retain a reasonable DOF.


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