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May 08, 2010 20:08 |  #1

I think I am going to buy the full version of Photomatix. I finally got around to creating this shot from last weekend. I'm really beginning to like what HDR can do to an image.

Now I need to go make sure my Tetanus shots are up to date. I had to hand hold the three shots while pulling down the top of a really sharp and rusted fence.

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May 09, 2010 08:09 |  #2

Yup, HDR can be a very good thing if not overdone. Photomatix allows both.


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May 12, 2010 13:13 |  #3

Well Done!


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May 12, 2010 15:13 |  #4

You will be happy with such...... Great Program..




  
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May 13, 2010 17:17 as a reply to  @ KenVP's post |  #5

And while you are shelling out the loot, invest in a GOOD tripod. Cheaper then a hospital trip. (But hurts about as much paying for either). That and a cable release. There is nothing worse then wanting to "HDR" something and realizing that all the pictures don't match up, or are blurry.

On a C&C note, nice job. Not to "Hey lets max out all the sliders and post".

Me personally, I would redden up the tractor just a tad. Just for a little more separation from the straw/haw. But thats just me.



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May 14, 2010 00:33 |  #6

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And while you are shelling out the loot, invest in a GOOD tripod. Cheaper then a hospital trip. (But hurts about as much paying for either). That and a cable release. There is nothing worse then wanting to "HDR" something and realizing that all the pictures don't match up, or are blurry.

On a C&C note, nice job. Not to "Hey lets max out all the sliders and post".

Me personally, I would redden up the tractor just a tad. Just for a little more separation from the straw/haw. But thats just me.

Thanks for the tips. I might go back and increase the reds in the tractor to see how it looks.

I have a tripod, but the fence was about six feet tall and my tripod doesn't go that high up. I probably could have forced the fence down further to make it work, but I didn't want to do any damage to it.


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