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Unread 04-21-2011, 03:46 AM   #1
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HDR GC Picture Thread

high dynamic range imaging

I know there's a few other photo guys around, lets see where we can take this

















If you want one made throw it up and me or someone will HDR it

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Unread 04-21-2011, 11:28 AM   #2
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heres a few of mine if someone wouldnt mind HDRing them for me


not sure if this one is too dark


ok last one i promise.. i know. i'm a pic whore
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Im sorry, but being a photo critic hdr's need to look like they would in real life. Boosting saturation and adding contrast doesnt do anything but make it look like a painting.. Not to stomp the parade but atleast post up something that looks realistic. Ill find one of mine here.
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This is the best that I can do, though it's not really HDR. I'm used to refining photos for print media. So while it might look better, I don't think it looks stand-out shocking, awesome.

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Im sorry, but being a photo critic hdr's need to look like they would in real life. Boosting saturation and adding contrast doesnt do anything but make it look like a painting.. Not to stomp the parade but atleast post up something that looks realistic. Ill find one of mine here.
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Here is a good HDR example. Courtesy of 82NoMe here on JF. He's got a lot more in the HDR thread over in the Jeep Picture part of the forum.

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how was that done?
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heres a few of mine if someone wouldnt mind HDRing them for me


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Im sorry, but being a photo critic hdr's need to look like they would in real life. Boosting saturation and adding contrast doesnt do anything but make it look like a painting.. Not to stomp the parade but atleast post up something that looks realistic. Ill find one of mine here.
More like these.



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how was that done?
I use iphoto

anything between boosting and fading color, to playing with the exposure, contrast, highlights, shadowing, saturation, temperature, and tint.

Like Moony said, keeping it as realistic as possible, but sometimes its more fun to really play with different shots.
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My best one imo from PurpleZJ's shots
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how about this?
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nice WJ
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nice WJ
Very nice! That's looks cool!
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