Lake, only one photo... HDR

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  1. Edu_Lopes

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    Fuji S6500 - 8x10" (crop) - HDR (3 pics from the same RAW file)

    City: Santarém
    Country: Brasil

    16:52 03/09/2007

    Hope you like it... :thumbup:
     
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    Looks great, can't even tell its an HDR. I think you should pump up and deepen the blues though, it would really bring out the scene.
     
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    It looks plenty blue on my screen. I wouldn't touch it.

    Very nice job.

    JD
     
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    i agree, colours look great to me. nice work.
     
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    Can someone tell me what HDR is exactly? Sorry, I'm a noob. :confused:

    Thanks!
     
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    Great scene. Wish I was there now relaxing! Nice work
     
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    HDR-High Dynamic Range usually taken from three or more shots and different exposures ie -1,0,1 and merged together using photoshop or other dedicated programs. It can also be done with one raw file saving it three or however many times but is more commonly and acurately done with 3+ shots. Hope that helps
     
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    Thanks! That does help. I've never actually tried that before. I guess the toughest part is to put the together on photoshop.
     
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    Thanks for your comments!

    I try to make my HDRs more natural as possible... with the original file, the sky is completely white...


    Take a look here, it may help... (http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=74203)

    There is a huge river close to this lake, it's an excellent place to relax...

    :thumbup:
     

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