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Unread 12-18-2009, 07:24 PM   #241
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Unread 12-18-2009, 07:35 PM   #242
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Unread 12-18-2009, 07:50 PM   #243
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I'm not sure if this was covered, but how do you save using photomatix? it only lets me save in .hdr, .exr, or .tif
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Unread 12-18-2009, 07:57 PM   #244
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I'm not sure if this was covered, but how do you save using photomatix? it only lets me save in .hdr, .exr, or .tif
Beats me. I can save in .tif and .jpg. Are you on a mac or PC?
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Unread 12-18-2009, 08:08 PM   #245
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Are you using any filters on your camera, perhaps a polarizing filter?
The clouds in your pics really look sweet!
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Unread 12-18-2009, 08:10 PM   #246
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I'm not sure if this was covered, but how do you save using photomatix? it only lets me save in .hdr, .exr, or .tif
you have to change it from a 32 bit file to 8 bit
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Unread 12-18-2009, 08:12 PM   #247
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Are you using any filters on your camera, perhaps a polarizing filter?
The clouds in your pics really look sweet!
Thanks for your kind words. I don't usually use a polarizing filter when I shoot for a HDR shot. HDR is awesome at capturing clouds and I usually go out when the clouds are out as it really makes the sky interesting. I think one thing that people don't understand is you can't get a High Dynamic Range shot from a single file. You can get some really pleasing results from a single file but your not getting any more range.
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Unread 12-18-2009, 08:31 PM   #248
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you have to change the bit rate from 32bit to 8bit in order to save as a jpg
sorry, but how do i go about doing that?
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Ok, so here is a quick question...Can you take photos at different exposures from a simple point and shoot? I don't own a camera that can take bracket photos (or whatever it was you guys were saying)

Any tips on how to make it happen from a normal digi cam?
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sorry, but how do i go about doing that?
i use a combonation of photoshop and photomatix but in photoshop you click image/mode/8bit

not sure what exact steps some of you guys are using but you want to change from 32bit to 16/8bit before doing the tone mapping in photomatix. thats assuming you are using photoshop with the photomatix plug in

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Ok, so here is a quick question...Can you take photos at different exposures from a simple point and shoot? I don't own a camera that can take bracket photos (or whatever it was you guys were saying)

Any tips on how to make it happen from a normal digi cam?
i think it depends on what point and shoot you have. ive seen some with M mode and some without
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Ok, so here is a quick question...Can you take photos at different exposures from a simple point and shoot? I don't own a camera that can take bracket photos (or whatever it was you guys were saying)

Any tips on how to make it happen from a normal digi cam?
I am really not sure if I can help you with this as I am nowhere near a camera or HDR expert, but FWIW since I'm not at home and don't have my camera I've been taking pics of my Jeep I have on my laptop, importing 3 of the same pics into iPhoto, then changing the exposures to -2, leaving the middle one, +2. Then I drag them to photomatix and work on the tone mapping. I'm sure you'd get much better results though if you change the exposure WHILE you're taking the photo though, and not after in iPhoto, Photoshop, etc.
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