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post #1711 of 2056 Old 02-28-2012, 12:36 AM
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post #1712 of 2056 Old 02-28-2012, 12:45 PM
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NOT HDR, but I threw it in anyway. Hurray for Mall Crawling.

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-Sry bout my speling, i went too public school... an not dat offten.
- Member of "Kansas Mountain Rescue Patrol" if i see a mountain I'll rescue it.

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post #1714 of 2056 Old 02-28-2012, 07:02 PM
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Love the HDR

Love the HDR pix guys. Here's mine, yea yea I know, I need to paint my bumper... It's to cold.








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My Jeep TJ's winter look, doing the same pic soon when i get my new bumpers, wheels and tires.
btw, your pic should be the cover of a magazine Jeeplady. May I ask where it was taken? Freaking beautiful!

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post #1715 of 2056 Old 02-28-2012, 07:40 PM
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this is a little better. I hope to play with this more in my future outings!!
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The pic is taken on the top of a hill overlooking the Solomon valley out side Hinton Alberta where i grew up, thank you i would like to see a pic of mine in a magazine but i don't want that pic because it is my winter tire 33" and without my new wheels, bumpers and 35" tires, plus i like the look of my soft top with the rock crawler doors on, then i will take it again and submit it to a magazine......cant wait for summer !!!!
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can't wait till summer

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Love the HDR pix guys. Here's mine, yea yea I know, I need to paint my bumper... It's to cold.









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btw, your pic should be the cover of a magazine Jeeplady. May I ask where it was taken? Freaking beautiful!


The pic is taken on the top of a hill overlooking the Solomon valley out side Hinton Alberta where i grew up, thank you i would like to see a pic of mine in a magazine but i don't want that pic because it is my winter tire 33" and without my new wheels, bumpers and 35" tires, plus i like the look of my soft top with the rock crawler doors on, then i will take it again and submit it to a magazine......cant wait for summer !!!!
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Why does photobucket always give me an error when I try to upload HDR pics made with Photomatix? I have them in jpg. format saved on my desktop but it never seems to work.

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ok well this is my first shot at hdr so let me know whether i did any good or what i could do better? here is the original [IMG][/IMG] and here is the hdr
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Thanks, I'll check it out!
There is also Pro HDR...very good ratings...(just got it)
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A pix of my 2005 Rubicon using my iPhone camera in HDR mode & using Pro HDR app to add some extras. Also loaded it into PhotoShop CS5, but didn't do much with it.
A first effort...looks a bit over done...


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A pix of my 2005 Rubicon using my iPhone camera in HDR mode & using Pro HDR app to add some extras. Also loaded it into PhotoShop CS5, but didn't do much with it.
A first effort...looks a bit over done...
Slightly over baked on color saturation, but certainly better first effort than most on here. Considering input device, not sure what you could have hoped for anyway.

Couple of things: I know there is a lot of lost detail in that shed beyond the Jeep. A camera, on a tripod, 5-7 exposures, you would have pulled the detail out of those shadows. Secondly, and this just a composition thing, but the white thing across the bow of the Jeep. Looks like a rolled up tarp, but whatever it is, it pulls the eye away from the Jeep itself. If you've got CS5, I might suggest cloning the white thing out of there.

EDIT: I know I said a couple of things and now I'm throwing something else in the mix, but really, this is more proof of what I said in the beginning about no detail in the shadows behind the Jeep. In addition to shadows, the white pavement is completely blown out. The fix for the shadows would fix the highlights, too.

Looking forward to your second effort as your first effort ain't too shabby.
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Slightly over baked on color saturation, but certainly better first effort than most on here. Considering input device, not sure what you could have hoped for anyway.

Couple of things: I know there is a lot of lost detail in that shed beyond the Jeep. A camera, on a tripod, 5-7 exposures, you would have pulled the detail out of those shadows. Secondly, and this just a composition thing, but the white thing across the bow of the Jeep. Looks like a rolled up tarp, but whatever it is, it pulls the eye away from the Jeep itself. If you've got CS5, I might suggest cloning the white thing out of there.

EDIT: I know I said a couple of things and now I'm throwing something else in the mix, but really, this is more proof of what I said in the beginning about no detail in the shadows behind the Jeep. In addition to shadows, the white pavement is completely blown out. The fix for the shadows would fix the highlights, too.

Looking forward to your second effort as your first effort ain't too shabby.
Didn't get more pix yet, but did PhotoShop a couple of your suggestions...




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