And now for something completely different.

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  1. gizmo2071

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    Both HDR images from 3 different exposures. (theres an image from me in DarkeSide of HDR from a single file)
    Merged via Photomatix and played with tone mapping.
    Adjust contrast and used a little burn tool in photoshop.

    C&C, or even any thoughts are welcome.
    I havn't seen much around like these...

    Thanks for looking.
    Matt
     
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    Oh man, I love that first one. Not too sure what it is about it but it jumps out at me. Love it!
     
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    These are some very interesting shots. They really seem to catch my eye and keep me looking.
     
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    Yeah, they've sure got alot of depth in them, but the first one could be alot sharper.
     
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    Cheers guys.
    I messed the first up, I moved slightly in one of the exposures. Dammit.
     
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    Cool effect. Works great with these shots!
     
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    very neat.
     
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    Very nice! The second one has a "Mike Rowe, Dirty Jobs" look to it - I like it. :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks guys.
    Glad you enjoy them :)
     
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    Good stuff Giz!

    I've been playing with the same concept. Are these all 3 exposures?
     
  11. gizmo2071

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    Yeh these 2 were 3 exposures, you can see the movement in the first one.
    My last upload in dark side was a single RAW filve converted into 3 exposures and it worked quite well.
    I think you should give it a try. These were my first attempts at HDR'ing really.
     

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