Second HDR

Discussion in 'Just For Fun!' started by doenoe, Nov 2, 2006.

  1. doenoe

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    Tried to make another HDR pic today. Only forgot to set my camera on RAW (again). Havent got a clue if that really matters or not. But thats my excuse if this one looks crappy :biggrin:
    Anyways, its a pic pf 2 paths at the birds of prey place:
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    I like the sense of depth, but what's HDR?
     
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    how many exposures did you use? doesnt really look like an HDR image. but its nice
     
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    Wow I never thought of how easy RAW makes HDR, awesome.
     
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    Im not quite happy with the outcome. It looks to flat to me. But i think thats because its made out of jpegs instead of RAW. I probably lost alot of detail that way. But i will try it another time and see how it works out then. :)
    Oh and i think it was made with 5 exposures.
     
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    Thanks! Looks very interesting!
     

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