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post #1786 of 2056 Old 06-17-2012, 05:11 PM
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post #1787 of 2056 Old 06-20-2012, 04:01 PM
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post #1793 of 2056 Old 07-04-2012, 10:58 AM
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Here are a few True HDR Photo's I've taken with my Camera There was no editing done to these pics
Looking at all of those pics where they are heavily saturated from editing give me a headache







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Here are a few True HDR Photo's I've taken with my Camera There was no editing done to these pics
Looking at all of those pics where they are heavily saturated from editing give me a headache






What EV spacing are you using? No offense but these don't look HDR. 4 and 6 are over saturated, rest look nice but not really what one would consider HDR. 1st one shows this better than the rest in the way that the sky is overexposed and essentially blotched out as a result of there either not being enough EV spacing, or perhaps no EV spacing at all. (Edit: Also, if you look under your Jeep, generally an HDR will reveal all these components/areas hidden by shadow/low light. All of it is still darkened out though. This picture looks no different than something I could fire off with a single picture without bracketing/tone mapping any number of images.) #2 looks good, though again, doesn't look HDR (noting the over exposure on the ground etc.)

Are you bracketing 3 or 5 images? All of ^ is intended as constructive criticism btw, not trying to single you out. If anything, you have some of the few photos in the thread worth pinpointing for constructive criticism. The rest aren't even remotely HDR.

And just for reference, another HDR of my Jeep.


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Here are a few True HDR Photo's I've taken with my Camera There was no editing done to these pics
Looking at all of those pics where they are heavily saturated from editing give me a headache
There's no way you can make a "true" HDR without editing.









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Exactly my point. Where was the second to last one taken? Sort of reminds me of the Anasazi dwellings, apart from these not being engraved into the side of a cliff.

Also, nice to see someone else rocking Canyons on their lifted rig

In hindsight, he may be mistaken in that he thinks the "HDR" preset on his camera equates to a genuine HDR image. Seems a number of people make that mistake nowadays, with the increasing popularity of HDR photography, a lot of cameras now come with that as a preset. All it actually does, however, is make a few alterations to color/contrast to give the color effect of an HDR, but nothing else. What makes an HDR and HDR is the increased dynamic range of focus/contrast, but it seems few people realize that.

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Driving on snow is a lot like sex, it's a lot of fun but if you don't pay attention, you can really mess up someone's rear end.
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Exactly my point. Where was the second to last one taken? Sort of reminds me of the Anasazi dwellings, apart from these not being engraved into the side of a cliff.

Also, nice to see someone else rocking Canyons on their lifted rig

In hindsight, he may be mistaken in that he thinks the "HDR" preset on his camera equates to a genuine HDR image. Seems a number of people make that mistake nowadays, with the increasing popularity of HDR photography, a lot of cameras now come with that as a preset. All it actually does, however, is make a few alterations to color/contrast to give the color effect of an HDR, but nothing else. What makes an HDR and HDR is the increased dynamic range of focus/contrast, but it seems few people realize that.
Image was taken at Valley of Fire state park. It's about a hour outside Las Vegas. The cabins were built in the '30s by the conservation corps for passing travelers.

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Liking the angle of attack on this first one

One I shot off yesterday as some storms were rolling in.


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