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Nov 11, 2009 14:01 |  #1

I just started experimenting with HDR in my motorsports shots.....C&C?

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Nov 11, 2009 15:29 |  #2

that is awesome


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Nov 11, 2009 19:11 |  #3

very nice, great shot


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Nov 11, 2009 22:53 as a reply to  @ eviltech's post |  #4

I like the contact patch of the rear tire...


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Nov 13, 2009 21:32 |  #5

hawt!




  
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Nov 14, 2009 21:17 |  #6

Really good shot, an excellent display of motion and intensity.


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Nov 14, 2009 22:51 as a reply to  @ MikeFairbanks's post |  #7

I thought you needed to take three shots in three different exposure levels to be able to create HDRs...how did you manage to take three shots of a moving object so quickly in the three exposures without causing any motion blur?

Is there another way of creating HDR images?


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Nov 15, 2009 04:19 |  #8

you can create a HDR imagee by using one image.. changing the expsoure on it and then saving the different exposure 3 or more times and then merge them together.

To what I've seen, this method does not come out as well as when using 3 original (Seperate) pictures. But as we can see here, it works very well!!


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Nov 16, 2009 13:22 |  #9

Thnx to all for the kind remarks!

As Felix mentioned, you can make three different exposures from a single RAW image, however, my HDR program has a 'fake it' (BLASEPHEMY!!! :D) feature for single jpg's which works similar to making three separate RAW images. I was just playing around with it and it came out well so I figured I'd share.




  
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