A few HDR's

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  1. Michaelaw

    Michaelaw TPF Noob!

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    My new camera is allowing me to work with HDR again without all kinds of BAD noise so I thought I'd share a few....


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  2. teneighty23

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    Masterful!! well done, nice and clean, not too overdone, but still dreamy. love the roof in shot one and the stairs in shot 3, very cool!
     
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    Oh, you're from Vancouver too? I was a little miffed with the first image; "Is that...oh yeah, SkyTrain." :lol:

    Just how the heck do you get moving people in an HDR without ghosting? o_O
     
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    camz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Absolutely. I've tried it before and couldn't seem to get it down with people in the frame without making them look like cartoons. Good stuff!
     
  5. Michaelaw

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    I don't use the three RAW method, instead I use one raw converted to jpg. In Photomatix i batch process the jpg to an HDR file then tone map it. The downside is you get a lot of noise at high ISO. I have an older version of photomatix that won't work with my D700 RAW files so this is my workaround :lol:
     
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    Love the stairs one. An interesting shot by itself, made even better. Nice.
     
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    :thumbup: nice compositions and excellent use of HDR
     
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    Okay. I assume that when people say HDR they mean true HDR, not tone-mapping. None-the-less cool.
     
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    Sorry...It never occurred to me there was a difference, I guess they're tone mapped jpg's.
     
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    Realy nice. Im loving #1 and #2. Realy nice detail in the wood on the ceiling in #1.
     

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