first HDR Attempt

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Sontizzle, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. Sontizzle

    Sontizzle TPF Noob!

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    usually im against edited images like this but i decided to give it a try.

    not really a good subject (just went out behind the house and took the pics) and i think i moved the tripod a hair between pics on a accident.

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    maybe if i find a better subject to shoot ill try it again
     
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    Needs more *punch*.

    There's little contrast, I think some hi-pass contrast sharpening would make this much more interesting.
     
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    great attempt (its very easy too overcook but you havent)- bit bright i think - but keep on messing with the settings on hdr software and you can crack it

    what are you using to process?

    i love hdr - keep an eye out for some ive done... and keep on hdring!!
     
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    im using photomatix
     
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    gman172: I'm not sure Sontizzle will be quite so thrilled that you hijacked his thread, normally we don't post our pictures on other people's threads unless invited to.

    Sontizzle: What EV are you using? There doesn't seem to be much range in your finished product...
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    HDR will not make a boring composition/subject into something totally thrilling, concentrate on taking good photos first... then ad HDR to your arsenal
     

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