Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by robertwsimpson, Jul 28, 2010.
3 Exposure HDR images. Hope you enjoy, and C&C is always welcome!
These are real nice.
Can you please give us the body/lens/settings please?
I like the bokeh in #1, outstanding.
Although I like #2, I feel that slightly more DOF to show the Aston Martin badge in focus might have been better. Maybe cropped slightly looser too.
Thanks for the compliments and comments.
Canon 50d W/ 70-200 f/2.8 IS
first was: ISO100, f/4, 200mm, 1/160 sec +-1 1/3 EV bracketing
second was: ISO400, f/4, 200mm, 1/500 sec +-2 EV bracketing
I like the increasing blur enhances well, congratulations.
Why do you feel you need to do HDR here?
The Canon 70-200mm 2.8L IS (I & II) are such amazing lenses. I am so glad I got one, worth every last penny.
I hear that the bokeh on the version I is actually superior to the version II.
From the looks of this shot I feel thats probably true, that lens has some seriously beautiful bokeh! :thumbup:
Scene included dynamic range that was past what one exposure could capture effectively. Especially at ISO400.
Some nice looking ladies there, lol.
You must have some cool friends to let you just set up a tripod and everything right in the middle of an Aston Martin show room...
They both seem like they could use a little more DOF though. Especially the last one.
Actually, on the last one - I think a step or two back and to the side would have helped.
Didn't even notice - so, well done. :thumbup:
These are handheld
if I wanted to set up a tripod, it wouldn't be a problem, though, as this is where I work.
Ya its unreal how well the latest generation IS works.
no need for HDR here.. its almost as if you use HDR as a crutch.
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