HDR sample...includes all EV shots for composite...

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by lextalionis, Dec 19, 2007.

  1. lextalionis

    lextalionis TPF Noob!

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    Playing around some more with Photomatix...it's fun sometimes...not something I do a lot.

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    -Roy
     
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    i like it man,.. good work
     
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    the one thing I hate about most HDRs is the glow...
    There's not supposed to be a glow.
    This one is pretty decent, but there is a small glow on the top of the building and that ruined it for me.
     
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    Nice, and thanks for sharing all the exposures.

    -Shea
     
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    Can you describe in more detail where this "glow" is at? Thanks for the comments.

    -Roy
     
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    I think he is addressing the general area at the roof line (archs) on the front of the building, particularly on the left side. Looks a bit like the effect you get from high pass filtering

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    He answered it.

    Basically, the whole roof line has a whiteish outline...hence "glow".

    Otherwise, it's a really nice shot.
     
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    ahhh...I see the glow now...hummm

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    Yea, the glow can be tricky to keep to a minimum.

    But, for me, the hardest part is keeping it looking natural.
    Mine start to look like a painting or drawing.
    The detail just gets fuzzy in a way.
    Any tips on how to prevent that?

    Here are some of my first experiments.
    http://www.jtice.com/blogs/hdr_testing_3-20-07/

    ~John
     

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