HDR Pictures!

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by ilkoall, Apr 2, 2009.

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    Hello there, they were all nicely done HDRs. Some had more interesting subject matter than others, but I saw one that really stood out to me and it was of a small street with a bicycle leaning on one wall. It had great composition and a lot of interesting things to look at. I would say that would be your strongest photo.
     
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    Thank you very much! Yeah, on that picture is a small street in the Chinatown of Kobe! ;))
     
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    Good work and not over the top HDR
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    To be honest -

    I think these are a great expression of HDR photography - very subtle and nicely processed.

    Mind if I ask how many exposures you used and what the exposure comp was between each of them. I'd be delighted to get these kind of results.

    Nicely done,
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    Thank you daithi33! Well, I've used 3 exposures - at EV -2, EV 0, EV +2. I'm doing it with self-timer. Then I have processed with Photomatix & Noise Ninja in The PS!
     

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