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HDR Gallery?


JASPERIMAGE 8 55 1 Scotland
19 Jan 2008 12:56PM


Quote:Well,I am one who has been intro'd to HDR through a contact as I was totally fed up with filters cropping my images on a Sigma 10-20 wide lens.

I am experimenting with HDR using Canon Eos 30D and AEB. So far I shoot 3 RAW and process in Photoshop CS2 RAW process then in Photoshop process all 3 images taken at 3 diff sets in HDR.

Result, absolute brill but still needs development in Photoshop in the Levels, Shadow Highlight, Brightness Contrast and Smart Sharp.

Results in none brill situ so far has been absolute fantastic.

Looking forward to catching some real images in same.

Brian



Re above, I got out and Captured Tolquhon Castle see my Gallery Photo. Did as per my quote and processed on Photoshop. I did try Photomatix with as well but it did not merge the images proper. I thought that Photoshop was better result.

I have done a few photos on Photomatix by using 1 RAW and copying twice, then alter exposure in the 3 RAW, gender them on Photomatix etc and you get a brill result, save and then touch up in Photoshop. I am quite impressed re this.

Early days and still experimenting.

Brian

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dcash29 9 2.0k England
19 Jan 2008 8:58PM
I havent done Hdr yet either but some impressive ones here
Kris_Dutson 12 8.2k 1 England
19 Jan 2008 9:24PM

Quote:some impressive ones here


Well I'd agree that HDR is used to impressive effect on that site, but that's what the tog seems to be using it for, an effect. They look like so many others; over proceseed and unreal.

Don't get me wrong, I quite like them but I just prefer to use it as another weapon in my arsenal to get the best dynamic range out of a scene.

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