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Old May 14th, 2009, 05:24 PM   #1
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Now that I figured out what it is and how to do it.


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Old May 14th, 2009, 05:41 PM   #2
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I like the 2nd one, but in the first you can see one of the shots moved slightly HDR is sweet, ive never tried it myself, but it definitely seems like fun.
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Looks sweet, I just tried HDR for the first time today:



I think it turned out alright for my first time...

Anyone else have any HDR shots?
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the hell is hdr......
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High Dynamic Range. Means that there are several exposures, usually 3 or so of the same shot, taken with a tripod so that they don't move in the frame. Then they are merged into one final image in a software program. This allows all the possible lighting to be in the final image without looking blown out or under exposed.
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Old May 22nd, 2009, 08:51 AM   #6
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Looks sweet, I just tried HDR for the first time today:



I think it turned out alright for my first time...

Anyone else have any HDR shots?
ha ha who is the confused old guy in the bumper? at least he isnt naked
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LoL! Well the pic came out pretty cool.. besides the fact that there a zillion dead bugs scattered across the front of the car... other then that... definitely a good first try!!
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Here's some of my HDR stuff:
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Here's some of my HDR stuff:
Were those done digitally with 1 image or a multiple image bracket shot?
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lol, actually that's me. Waiting on the 10 second exposure, BTW i'm only 16
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Were those done digitally with 1 image or a multiple image bracket shot?
Digital. Nikon D90. All single image. I haven't done any bracketed ones yet, but plan to when I have the spare time.

I am using RAW though. The JPEG ones that used pseudo-HDR just didn't pop as much.

Want to try something interesting? Double, or even triple HDR a shot. In other words, HDR it and save & close the file, then reopen and HDR again. Trippy. When I get home I can upload a shot I took of a live band and double HDR'd it. Very pleased with it.
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Killer shots. Excellent composition.

So for grins, you could run it back through HDR again and see what a double HDR'ing will do to it.
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