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Aug 29, 2009 15:39 |  #1906

Tareq wrote in post #8544837 (external link)
I would like to learn HDR from you.
This is an amazing shot!

Thanbk you....That means a lot coming from you. The main thing I use on all my pics now, is no matter what I use a high pass filter at around 9.0 and blend mode set to soft light. That really seems to highlight the areas of contrast.


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Aug 29, 2009 16:51 |  #1907

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Thanbk you....That means a lot coming from you. The main thing I use on all my pics now, is no matter what I use a high pass filter at around 9.0 and blend mode set to soft light. That really seems to highlight the areas of contrast.

Yes, i was doing that with Local Contrast instead and giving similar look, there are many ways to have HDR look more punchy or grungy look.


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Aug 29, 2009 17:45 |  #1908

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Aug 29, 2009 17:58 |  #1909

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Yes, i was doing that with Local Contrast instead and giving similar look, there are many ways to have HDR look more punchy or grungy look.


<s>I am still running 3 shots through photomatix. That is just something I do on the end that helps solidify the picture</s>

**edit** Sorry just re-read your post. Still flattered that you like my work.

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Aug 29, 2009 18:00 |  #1910

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I am still running 3 shots through photomatix. That is just something I do on the end that helps solidify the picture

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I understand it very well ;)


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Aug 29, 2009 18:01 |  #1911

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these are GREAT


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Aug 30, 2009 19:37 as a reply to  @ silversldr's post |  #1912

Still relatively new to it all...its like giving a teenager a 6 pack, a V8 & telling him to be sensible.

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May have over done this one a bit.

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Aug 30, 2009 19:47 |  #1913

^^Nice ship! Cool. :)


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Aug 30, 2009 19:57 |  #1914

Yeah the first one is killer!


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Sep 01, 2009 15:03 |  #1915

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these are GREAT

Thanks a lot!


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Sep 01, 2009 21:17 as a reply to  @ i_am_hydrogen's post |  #1916

Something relatively simple....

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Sep 02, 2009 10:53 as a reply to  @ ottor's post |  #1917

Heres minde. Taken in Venice with my Canon A720 IS and CHDK for Bracketing. Software used: qtpfsgui
This is my best, because this is my only one :lol:


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Sep 03, 2009 12:15 as a reply to  @ MasterFX's post |  #1918

These are my two faves: Sea Hurricane at Flying Legends this year, and a rusty farming implement in the Lake District.

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Sep 04, 2009 06:54 |  #1919

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These are my two faves: Sea Hurricane at Flying Legends this year, and a rusty farming implement in the Lake District.

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That is one brilliant photo, well done :-)


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Sep 04, 2009 17:06 |  #1920

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That is one brilliant photo, well done :-)

Thanks PG07! I tried a few HDRs from that airshow and that one was by far the best.




  
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