HDR help

Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Mitch1640, Aug 20, 2008.

  1. Mitch1640

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    does any one have any images that i could use to practice making HDR photos with?
     
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    Do you not have a camera? :confused:
     
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    i do, but there arent many interesting things to take pictures around here. plus im busy during the day and im still trying to learn photoshop and i have time to work on it at night.
     
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    if you're just learning you don't have to take a photo of something spectacular, someone around here took a photo of a palm tree to give it a try...on your way to work or wherever you go just take a photo of anything
     
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    Next time you are not working take your camera get the sun at your back and shoot three frames 1 underexposed 1 correct 1 overexposed. thats all you need you do not need something interesting if you are practicing. I just looked at a couple of your photos and they are good, just take a RAW image and under/over expose it in RAW editing software and use that.
     

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