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Oct 12, 2016 02:04 as a reply to  @ post 18153969 |  #16

Dago, thanks for the info I'll have to give it a go.
By the way it was BUTTS (yep thats me) not Mozes that asked the question!!  :p




  
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Oct 12, 2016 07:28 |  #17

Sorry 'bout that. :-D


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Oct 12, 2016 15:26 as a reply to  @ post 18154076 |  #18

Dago - Just a technical nit, but when you blend two images together to create a single image with detail in both high values and low values that could not have been otherwise captured in-camera due to limitation in the sensor's native dynamic range, isn't that by definition a high dynamic range (HDR) image?

I'm pretty sure that's a run-on sentence.


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Oct 12, 2016 15:54 |  #19

Nathan wrote in post #18155211 (external link)
Dago - Just a technical nit, but when you blend two images together to create a single image with detail in both high values and low values that could not have been otherwise captured in-camera due to limitation in the sensor's native dynamic range, isn't that by definition a high dynamic range (HDR) image?

I'm pretty sure that's a run-on sentence.

Here's a technical nit from another field: no, it's a compound-complex sentence.


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Oct 12, 2016 16:03 |  #20

Nathan wrote in post #18155211 (external link)
Dago - Just a technical nit, but when you blend two images together to create a single image with detail in both high values and low values that could not have been otherwise captured in-camera due to limitation in the sensor's native dynamic range, isn't that by definition a high dynamic range (HDR) image?

I'm pretty sure that's a run-on sentence.


Technically you are correct but the fact that it doesn't involve tone mapping I don't consider it so. :)


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Oct 13, 2016 15:58 as a reply to  @ OhLook's post |  #21

That was a joke, but there is a stylistic and grammatical error in writing "Dago - Just a technical nit, but...." That clause just shouldn't appear in print. It may work in spoken dialogue, but it's poor drafting. It would have been better written, "Dago, this is just a technical nit. When you blend...."

We need an "Off Topic" emoticon.


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Oct 13, 2016 17:12 |  #22

Nathan wrote in post #18156071 (external link)
That was a joke, but there is a stylistic and grammatical error in writing "Dago - Just a technical nit, but...." That clause just shouldn't appear in print. It may work in spoken dialogue, but it's poor drafting. It would have been better written, "Dago, this is just a technical nit. When you blend...."

You're correct if the context is formal. Writing on message boards is often more casual. "Nice shot" isn't a sentence, but we see it all the time. I took "Dago –" as a kind of heading, acceptable as an element of formatting a post.

In speech, who could hear the difference between Dago, and Dago – anyway?


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Oct 17, 2016 02:57 |  #23

Wouldn't the correct grammar be "Dago - just ..." ?


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