First HDR

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  1. kalmkidd

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    co workers desk

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    Nice and not over done. Did you hand hold this? there seems to be a small about of blur in it.
     
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    I like the result. The photograph has been with a color very impressive.
    I see you have a small map of Spain. I am delighted.

    A hug from Spain.
     
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    Is HDR supposed to look like a neon sign? I see a lot of HDR here (have yet to try it), and a lot of them look like they're backlit. The colors seem a little too real. Oversaturated, maybe.
     
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    I love the artificial look HDR gives, it's so dream-like. Great job.
     
  6. kalmkidd

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    thanks guys appreciate the comments this was my first ever, and yes i help the camera by hand so those 2 little blur spots are most likely from it.
     
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    i wish i knew how to do this =(
     
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    In my world (3D artist) an HDRI is made by combining multiple exposures into a single image of 32 bits containing the full spectrum of exposures in an image. Typically a chrome sphere is shot to help create accurate composites of rendered geometries. Also called a light plot. These special images are then used a reflection maps or even lighting solutions (image based lighting) in CG renderings.

    What does it mean in this context?

    -Shea
     
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    Good job for your 1st HDR!
     
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    wow, great job i love it!
     
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    Take 3 pictures of the same thing(a tripod will be needed). Take one picture with the correct exposure, and than take 2 more pictures of the same thing. One overexposed, and one underexposed...

    Than download a program like photomatix from there you combine all three pictures into one picture, giving you the extreme highlights and shadows.

    and awesome photo by the way. Very nice for your first.
     
  12. jstuedle

    jstuedle No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very cool. Looks like a flash back from the sixties. Not that I would/could know anything about that.
     

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