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Jul 21, 2019 06:16 |  #3196

Great discussion here lately! Honestly I have only done a few true HDR shots. As Scott said above, these new sensors are so good, I do a quasi HDR on just about every shot. Bring up the shadows, bring down the highlights, a few other tweaks and to me you get a natural looking HDR.


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Jul 21, 2019 08:32 |  #3197

Pseudo hdr can look good if done properly and you resist moving the sliders to the much to the right :)


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Jul 26, 2019 03:10 |  #3198

Learning. Bracketed shot, 7 exposures, 4 stops total. Thoughts welcome.


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Jul 26, 2019 04:03 |  #3199

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You don't need 7 exposures to cope with 4 stops; try 3

The upper left quadrant has been "killed" by the HDR process. This could be avoided by blending in a single exposure. If you don't want to tale that leap, just choose a different subject - but please keep trying.

If it's any consolation, I always find deciduous woodland difficult!


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Aug 05, 2019 19:58 |  #3200

2-shot HDR


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Aug 06, 2019 06:13 |  #3201

That's a wall-hanger - love it.

More please :-)


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Aug 06, 2019 11:00 |  #3202

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That's a wall-hanger - love it.

More please :-)

Thank you, Stiga! We stayed their for two week so there should be more.


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Aug 07, 2019 04:29 |  #3203

2-shot @ 4EV interval, SNS-HDR


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Aug 07, 2019 14:57 |  #3204

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2-shot @ 4EV interval, SNS-HDR

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with a view like that, i'd be washing dishes all day :P




  
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Aug 07, 2019 15:15 |  #3205

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with a view like that, i'd be washing dishes all day :P

LOL It was a holiday house for us on the Isle of Mull for a week.


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Aug 07, 2019 15:24 |  #3206

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LOL It was a holiday house for us on the Isle of Mull for a week.

Now you've said that, any photos please Martin?
I do love Scottish landscapes, coast, isles etc :-)



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Aug 08, 2019 06:03 |  #3207

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LOL It was a holiday house for us on the Isle of Mull for a week.

That comment deserves a new image dedicated to you, Richard


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There is semi-permanent in some of the north facing gullies and reindeer browse on lichens on the summiot plateau

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Aug 08, 2019 07:44 as a reply to  @ Stiga's post |  #3208

Well that's really beautiful, and I'm honoured. Thanks
Seriously though, there's a few of you Scottish people (hope that's the right term - I might get put in a haggis if I muck that up  :p) on the forum and you keep an occasional trickle of photos that whets the appetite for more. More!

Yes, a lovely photo of a beautiful landscape



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Aug 08, 2019 08:10 |  #3209

avondale87 wrote in post #18906919 (external link)
Well that's really beautiful, and I'm honoured. Thanks
Seriously though, there's a few of you Scottish people (hope that's the right term - I might get put in a haggis if I muck that up  :p) on the forum and you keep an occasional trickle of photos that whets the appetite for more. More!

Yes, a lovely photo of a beautiful landscape

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I guess I should post more then!

Many thanks for your encouragement


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Aug 09, 2019 17:23 |  #3210

Loch Brora (-1 EV & +1 EV, Photoshop merge)...

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