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Apr 16, 2008 07:58 as a reply to  @ post 5335488 |  #481

After WalMart comes to town....

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Apr 17, 2008 18:25 as a reply to  @ mrgtturbo's post |  #482

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Apr 19, 2008 23:01 |  #483

squashed wrote in post #5284297 (external link)
I wish the sunflowers were in focus David?

Seems your sensor(or lens) is dirty too.

yeah it was pretty windy and dirt was going everywhere. i cleaned it off a few times but after a while it was a tradeoff of time to clean lens.


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Apr 20, 2008 14:04 |  #485

First quasi-HDR with the 5D...

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...and another...

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Apr 20, 2008 14:48 |  #487

first attempt at an HDR

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Apr 20, 2008 18:16 as a reply to  @ sesshin's post |  #488

^^ thats a really good HDR shot for a first timer. I like it.

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Apr 21, 2008 12:08 as a reply to  @ JDub03's post |  #490

...a couple of "tone mapped" (almost HDR) images using Photoshop CS3, using 1 x original, 1 x overexposed copy and 1 x underexposed copy.

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Apr 21, 2008 21:10 |  #491

hi guys, i tried some hdr attempts over the weekend, but couldn't work out how to have my 30d take the three shots without having to physically hit the shutter three times.

i had no problem setting up the AEB bracketing to take the three shots, but i thought i had read somewhere that it would store three versions of the same image with the exposures under, correct and over? not me physically taking three pics...

did i miss something?


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Apr 21, 2008 21:16 |  #492

Turn on burst and hold the trigger down. AEB means it automatically adjust the exposure settings. It doesn't mean it captures the frames for you.


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Apr 21, 2008 21:43 |  #493

cdifoto wrote in post #5377541 (external link)
Turn on burst and hold the trigger down. AEB means it automatically adjust the exposure settings. It doesn't mean it captures the frames for you.

Or, you can also set the timer and it will take the three frames in quick succession.


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Apr 21, 2008 21:50 |  #494

ahh, i see! the timer and burst is the go i recon, otherwise there is the chance of framing moving slightly is there not?


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Apr 21, 2008 21:54 |  #495

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ahh, i see! the timer and burst is the go i recon, otherwise there is the chance of framing moving slightly is there not?

Yes, you will have camera shake if you handhold the camera, especially during extra long exposure times. It's best to rest your camera on something solid or obviously a tripod.

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