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post #61 of 2056 Old 12-15-2009, 11:22 AM
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I am downloading HDR right now and took three pictures of my hat with -1 or something exposure. Idk I suck of camaras and idk what I am doing.


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post #62 of 2056 Old 12-15-2009, 11:30 AM
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Not a Jeep, but HDR I think. lol


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post #63 of 2056 Old 12-15-2009, 12:13 PM
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Tried another one today. Used 7 images this time, and messed around a lot more with photomatix. Didn't bother to photoshop out the watermarks this time though...



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Hi Jeep Forum. I have been getting lots of questions about the HDR technique. The easiest way to shoot is to have a camera that has AEB (auto exposure bracketing). It’s not mandatory but it helps. You need a minimum of three shots 0,+2,-2. Shoot in AV mode so just the shutter speed changes. If you shoot in TV (Fixed Shutter speed) then the aperture will change and may change the size of the subject. The more shots you take the better. My later photos have 7 shots 0,+1,+2,+3,-1,-2,-3. The key and the challenge is too not over-process. The best HDR photos IMHO are the ones where a viewer is not aware of the HDR treatment. Good Luck and keep posting your HDR photos.


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82nome...what front bumper is that? i like it, ive seen it quite a few times and was thinking of building one kinda like it...thanks in advance...and...badass jeep man!!!
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The best HDR photos IMHO are the ones where a viewer is not aware of the HDR treatment. Good Luck and keep posting your HDR photos.
x2, this could not have been said any clearer.

Thanks for the information on your HDR photo process. I have to look online for the website that has an excellent document talking about HDR and some additional techniques.

EDIT: Here is the tutorial: NatureScapes.Net - The High Dynamic Range (HDR) Landscape Photography Tutorial

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post #68 of 2056 Old 12-15-2009, 05:31 PM
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Alright finally got around to it. Working with not the best angle or colors. But meh...

Taken with my Nikon D-40 (with my 55MM lens. (tried doing a few with my 55-200mm lense of some landscape but sunlight ran out on me) on my Tripod in Aperture Priority with ISO 400 manually set with shutter speed auto.

I'm going to try to take a few more tomorrow and mess with different amounts of photos with exposure settings. It's nice having complete control over the settings. That is A BIG factor in getting a decent pic.



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post #69 of 2056 Old 12-15-2009, 08:04 PM
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before you use the auto bracketing, make sure you have the right exposure first. ive always used -2 0 +2 when doing a 3 shot HDR. 82nomes are very well done because he is using more than 3 images so he gets a higher range to play with and he pushed the pictures just to the edge of surreal vs real and makes for an incredible picture. not to mention he knows how to hold a camera steady

more than likely he is also using a very nice lens
Thanks for the encouraging shout out.
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Taken with my Nikon D-40 (with my 55MM lens. (tried doing a few with my 55-200mm lense of some landscape but sunlight ran out on me) on my Tripod in Aperture Priority with ISO 400 manually set with shutter speed auto.

How well do you like this camera? I asked for a Nikon D-40 for Christmas. Is the UI easy to use? My digital point and shoot is a snap to change the settings, it's a feature I look for in a camera.

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How well do you like this camera? I asked for a Nikon D-40 for Christmas. Is the UI easy to use? My digital point and shoot is a snap to change the settings, it's a feature I look for in a camera.
I love it... Don't let the 6.1mp dishearten you. It's MORE than enough. It can blow away 12.1 MP Point and Shoots anyday of the week!

The amount of features to mess around with is great! Everything you would expect in a DSLR. And of course the lenses to choose from. I have a 18-55mm (which came with the kit) and a 55-200MM VR AF-S lense (Around $200 its a great telephoto especially with the vibration reduction which is great for hand held action shots) I also have a set of macro adapters for close-ups. As well as a filter set (UV, Polarizing, and Fluorescent). Dolica 6 Foot (max height) tripod, which is relatively inexpensive but durable... I trust it to hold my $500 camera plus a $200 lens . Also have a remote for it so I can take a whole family picture without having to RUN into position (we've all done it).

All around GREAT camera. Love the things you can do with it.

*Oh and the UI is very intuitive, it can be bit daunting at first, but definitely read the manual a bit and mess with it! You can't break the camera, only break your photos (meaning crap photos! LOL)

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Just did my first HDR using photshop instead of photomatix. When I'm done I compare them to 82NoMe's photos and decide whether I'm happy with them or not. (I never am) I'll post another up once I'm slightly satisfied.

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My first try. Not to bad, I don't think

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I did my first few with Photomax Light, now I am downloading Photomax Pro to see the difference.

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Photomatix light 3 pictures -1 0 +1

Photomatix light 5 pictures

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