Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by automaton2, Nov 6, 2008.
Very very Nice.
Now I know what I'll be doing this weekend.
Hang on, can I say that again...
Very, VERY nice.
In fact, BREATHTAKING!
This is my favorite.
very nice, did you merge, tonemap and then convert to black and white,
or just merge and convert?
i also agree with the above post about their fav.
the first almost looks IR with the "white" green leaves.
i think it works with the Landscape stuff but i don't care for that as much , perhaps because the tonal range to begin with is very mid toned and even hdr doesn't separate as well (at least for my taste)
keep it up
I see what you are saying
I need more bracketed shotsx3
thanks for reply
well, it is important when taking the shot in color that one thinks in black and white terms.
with landscape, the tones tend to be all middle grey. blue sky, green grass, brown trees etc. all translate as a middle grey value. In film we use filters to separate them, with digital we can help by using color balance when converting ; with HDR, i am not sure that that will do the trick. Perhaps checking with the folks at photomatrix might be helpful. perhaps converting them before merging , etc. I am really not sure .
i still would be interested to know if you tone mapped the images after converting to black and white?
I have moved this thread to the Graphics forum, as it is dealing with HDR. Thanks!
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