First HDR Photos

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  1. IndieMe

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    Yes I know I need a tripod lol,​

    It's my first shot at HDR so yeah,​

    I'll do better next time hopefully.​

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    I really like the second one....It looks like an actual image, instead of something out of a video game. It almost looks like you have a little camera shake on the second image?
     
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    he said in the first pic that he needs a tripod, that is probably why.


    i think you're off to a good start, OP
     
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    I'm diggin the first one. Nice first try!
     
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    Thanks everyone,

    I'd really like that first shot if it was allot more clear.

    When I get a tripod I wanna re do it.

    He is a SHE lol. :lol:
     
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    Until you get a tripod shoot the image in a RAW file...That way you can make 3 JPEGS with different exposures and still do an HDR.
     
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    my bad... kinda missed the sig;)

    and like said above, shoot in saw so you can do HDR from that (it won't be real HDR, but close)
     
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    I like the first one too. Nice first HDRs.
     

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