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Dec 06, 2007 02:17 |  #1

Hey guys. I am new to photography and I am really interested in HDR photography. 1 technique that is bothering me is, How do you make it look like this?
http://www.flickr.com …helevannucchi/1​533736376/ (external link)

I understand the whole HDR process but I cannot seem to make it look like that. I have an idea that it is some type of tone mapping or "dave hill" style.

Any help from the HDR experts here? I am just wanting that really CARTOON like feel to it! thanks in advance guys!


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Dec 06, 2007 10:31 |  #2

Photomatix makes a trial demo you try .




  
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Dec 06, 2007 18:15 |  #3

Thats not HDR. It looks like a Photoshop filter.



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Dec 07, 2007 20:40 |  #4

That is not HDR since it was produced from a single shot, so it's a LDR scene.
HDR = SEVERAL SHOTS AT DIFFERENT EXPOSURE VALUES

Probably what you are seeking is Tone Mapping. Try Photomatix and may The Force be with you not to produce such awful unrealistic results.


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Dec 07, 2007 22:00 |  #5

you want HDR + tone mapping (photomatix sounds like your app)




  
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Dec 08, 2007 00:12 |  #6

yes, not HDR.

it's a "david hill" style pp technique.


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Dec 08, 2007 01:26 |  #7

lol thanks guys. I know it is an awful technique but I find it interesting.


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