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post #166 of 2055 Old 12-17-2009, 04:46 PM
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This is my first ever try.. How is it? It looks a little blurry around the sides, did i do something wrong?
What ISO did you use?


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post #167 of 2055 Old 12-17-2009, 05:46 PM
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Tay, you are crackin' me up man! I am loving (laughing a bit) your pictures!

Thanks for the laugh...needed it!
i like the crazy almost cartoonish look.



this one is more realistic.

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You guys need to chill on the tone mapping. Dont make it so strong that it looks fake and blown out of proportion. Its easy to do an HDR shot, but its hard to get it to look right.

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That's what I'm saying. Tone it down a bit, make it darker, not lighter.
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You guys need to chill on the tone mapping. Dont make it so strong that it looks fake and blown out of proportion. Its easy to do an HDR shot, but its hard to get it to look right.
i think you should chill. its up to the artist to decide on what they want to create. theres no such thing as wrong or right in the world of art

went out and did some today as well but forgot to check my ISO (ended up being at 640 ) so they came out grainy








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I really like how the ground turned out in this one:


Here's another shot. I tried to darken it up a little

and here's another:


does anyone know how I would go about getting that mud flying to "pop" a little more, or how this guy got the mud how he did?

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What ISO did you use?
...What does ISO stand for..
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i think you should chill. its up to the artist to decide on what they want to create. theres no such thing as wrong or right in the world of art
Fixed...much better.
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I really like how the ground turned out in this one:


Here's another shot. I tried to darken it up a little

and here's another:


does anyone know how I would go about getting that mud flying to "pop" a little more, or how this guy got the mud how he did?
two different types of mud and just how its moving. but if you really wanna know other than that id guess he changed the contrast

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...What does ISO stand for..
basically changing the ISO makes the sensor in the camera more or less sensitive to light. also the higher the ISO is the grainier (sp) the picture becomes which isnt good. or it could be. depends on what you are trying to do. but the lower the ISO you can use the better.

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two different types of mud and just how its moving. but if you really wanna know other than that id guess he changed the contrast
Yeah that's kinda what I figured. Thanks.

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[QUOTE/] basically changing the ISO makes the sensor in the camera more or less sensitive to light. also the higher the ISO is the grainier (sp) the picture becomes which isnt good. or it could be. depends on what you are trying to do. but the lower the ISO you can use the better.[/QUOTE]

Ok so the lowest on my camera is ISO 64. Is that what some other people have? Im a complete novice with cameras. What other settings/things should I know before trying to create another HDR photo?
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Wow once again some great photos today.

I think this is a great example how the overdone cartoon look works well...

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Ok so the lowest on my camera is ISO 64. Is that what some other people have? Im a complete novice with cameras. What other settings/things should I know before trying to create another HDR photo?
well when you have the ISO so low the shutter speed is going to be slower which means things will be more likely to blur so when you have it that low typically its good to have the camera on a tripod unless there is plenty of sun light.

but to take an HDR use a tripod take 3 or more pictures (make sure you dont move your camera and your subject isnt moving) the first picture will be a normal exposure, the second over exposed and the third would be under exposed.

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i cant do good realistic ones...

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