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Apr 13, 2012 18:07 |  #1

I did not know we had a HDR section. Very cool.

HDR is not something I do frequently. When I do try it I do get a lot of duds. I grabbed this one shortly after buying my Fisheye lens. (Woohoo!) I think it is the fifth HDR of mine, taken over 3 years, that I really like. This is also the more natural looking HDR I have taken. I really like the results of this image.

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Apr 13, 2012 22:55 |  #2

Very nice . I know you said a FE lens but what kind did you use ?




  
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Apr 14, 2012 06:50 |  #3

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Very nice . I know you said a FE lens but what kind did you use ?

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I should have been more specific. The lens is a Canon EF 15mm f/2.8 Fisheye. No 8-15mm f/4 zoom for me. Way to expensive. But it would have been nice. I really would like 5, 8, 10, and 15mm fisheyes to cover both sensor sizes (crop and full of course) for circular and diagonal fisheye field of views. The zoom would have covered three of those. But it is 3x more expensive then the prime that I got.


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Apr 14, 2012 08:31 |  #4

nice use of the fisheye here, I really like it! The subtle use of HDR is also well chosen.


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Apr 14, 2012 09:45 |  #5

Beginning to like HDR and yours is no exception! Well done.


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Apr 14, 2012 10:35 as a reply to  @ clb's post |  #6

Thanks Tewlman & Clb.

It is interesting to me how this one turned out so well. I guess the setting sun helped with the colours. That must be why the HDR look is to toned down. Highly saturated HDR shots can look way over done.


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Apr 14, 2012 13:02 |  #7

nice. I just sold my fisheye simply because I rarely used it. I never kept it fishy looking lol. I ALWAYS ran the files through DXO optics to defish em. Thats a pretty sharp lens.


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Apr 14, 2012 13:26 |  #8

Thanks.

If one wants straight lines then the EF 14mm is the way to go. At 3-4 time the cost. :( The thing with correcting a fisheye image is that the corners look all messed up (stretched and lacking clean detail).


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Apr 14, 2012 13:32 |  #9
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looks like you have your own little planet, very nicely done.




  
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Apr 15, 2012 12:02 |  #10

great pp


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