Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by Andy5D, Jul 2, 2008.
Was at a modified car even and drifiting display on sunday here some of the shots i took
Pretty cool. Looks very "HDR"(not sure if that makes sense)
I assume it stands for High Def Res. I see it with Nikon shots a lot. Its like a distorted kinda look.
I quoted it because i dind' tknow how else to describe.
yup i was messing around with the distorted kinda look
I think you were successful.
Is the last car a conquest?
Last car is a 1986 toyota corolla there retailing for around £10,000 to £15,000
:scratch: HDR = High Dynamic Range...
what does that meany sorry if its a stupid question
HDR is normally created during post processes. It's not possible with moving objects because it needs be the same during all the pictures.
1. Take photo perfectly exposed.
2. Take photo 2 under exposure.
3. Take photo 2 above exposure.
4. Now load on the computer and use either photoshop or photomatix
5. In PS- File > Automate > Merge to HDR
It will do some internal processing and voila!
You have a High Dynamic Range photograph. All it is is that the entire picture is perfectly exposed bring out a ton of color and contrast.
perfect i understand it now
this is my desktop pic at the min
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