New HDR Photo!

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by IndieMe, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. IndieMe

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    Here's a try at HDR, again no tripod but I still love it. :mrgreen:

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    Here's just 3 more from today.

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    OK, THAT'S IT. I gotta try it!

    Love the last 3, but the 2nd is my favorite. Great job on the contrast.
     
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    Thank you. :wink:
     
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    You've got some very nice tones and I love ice landscapes, but the softness of the picture kind of bothers me. Without that I feel it would be a lot better.

    I really like #2 however (the middle of the set of 3).
     
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    I think the HDR is great but toooo soft. the other are good as well
     
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    IMO the HDR is too soft but I like the rest of the pp on the photo; doesn't have that "fake" feeling that some have.
     
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    Thanks again,

    Yeah like I said the HDR has no tripod so it's fuzzy.

    I won't take anymore hdr's with out a tripod lol.

    For the other photos I only played with the contrast & saturation.. nothing more.

    I try to keep my photos as natural as possible.

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    Looks good.

    For the first one did you make that with three or more different pictures or you were saying it was blurry because you couldn't hold the camera still?

    If you took three shots, instead cheat by using one picture with a fast shutter speed (open up your aperature to allow for this) and just use lightroom or any editing software to make your explosure levels. It'll be sharp this way.
     

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