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May 22, 2008 20:26 |  #543

Dualbeast wrote in post #5565086 (external link)
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http://www.vanilladays​.com/hdr-guide/ (external link)

Thanks for the link. I dont use photomatix but I do use CS3. I'll do a search and see what I can find.


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May 24, 2008 10:53 |  #544

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May 25, 2008 17:23 |  #545

my latest favourite taken today at the Jim Clark Rally

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May 25, 2008 21:30 |  #546

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Clever, but why post HDR? Surely it isn't.


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May 25, 2008 21:39 |  #547

Hey sorry you are absolutely right i posted the wrong one, here is the HDR one, however full of dust , still need to clean it up.


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May 25, 2008 21:52 |  #548

I don't understand why you would want or need this as an HDR image. You've got flash under a controlled "studio" environment.


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May 25, 2008 22:00 |  #549

well you can see why in the difference between the two pictures. apart from that i only have one flash so hardly can call that studio environment.

If i had 2 or more flashes then probably i would nneed to do HDR, but in this case i found it comes out much better.


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May 25, 2008 22:41 |  #550

Sorry. I can't see why. Don't think it's added anything that a bit of contrast masking (external link) can't do. Or better/different use of the flash.


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May 25, 2008 23:43 |  #551

probably yuou are right, but thats exactly why i post here to learn more. thanks for the link, i will surely give that a try.

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May 25, 2008 23:58 |  #552

how'd you get off three shots without the car moving at all?...or is this a one of those fake hdr's off of one shot...

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May 26, 2008 00:22 |  #553

DreDaze wrote in post #5596336 (external link)
how'd you get off three shots without the car moving at all?...or is this a one of those fake hdr's off of one shot...

Nah he has 1 of those new Canon Elite 100 frames per second cameras......


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May 26, 2008 02:52 |  #554

DreDaze wrote in post #5596336 (external link)
how'd you get off three shots without the car moving at all?...or is this a one of those fake hdr's off of one shot...

That was 5 exposures :D

I just adjusted the exposure in lightroom 5 times ;)


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May 26, 2008 10:42 |  #555

4hero wrote in post #5596834 (external link)
That was 5 exposures :D

I just adjusted the exposure in lightroom 5 times ;)

Thus making it a suedo HRD. You used the HDR technique but it is not a true HDR. There is a difference in the end result if the camera takes the three different exposures and if you modified a single exposure to be multiple exposures.


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