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post #751 of 2055 Old 05-08-2010, 07:39 AM
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Can someone please do these pics for me. Also if you could explain the process to me so i can do some myself. I have Apeture. Thanks!!!!

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post #752 of 2055 Old 05-08-2010, 04:24 PM
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Can someone please do these pics for me. Also if you could explain the process to me so i can do some myself. I have Apeture. Thanks!!!!
You take 3 or more exposures of a picture then combine them..unless we have a RAW JPG we cant really HDR them...

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Here are a couple I just did. These are ok. If anyone has any tip PLEASE help me out!!
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Here are a couple I just did. These are ok. If anyone has any tip PLEASE help me out!!
how'd you get that biker to stay perfectly still for 3 different camera shots??

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how'd you get that biker to stay perfectly still for 3 different camera shots??
thats a pic from earlier in the thread. It seems he managed to get it in a raw format or something and was able to change the exposure setting up and down enough to HDR it.

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you can take one photo and make duplicates and just change the exposure i believe? i think its the exposure

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Yes its the exposure, however altering it without a RAW file leaves you w/o a true HDR. The "exposure" adjustment leaves out details that would have been caught had the camera changed the exposure. Also if you play with the camera's F# you can get a richer photograph by adding some depth.

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post #758 of 2055 Old 05-10-2010, 07:59 AM
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you can take one photo and make duplicates and just change the exposure i believe? i think its the exposure
With Photomatix, you don't even need to do that. You can import a single RAW or TIFF and make an HDR directly from it. Your way works too though.

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With Photomatix, you don't even need to do that. You can import a single RAW or TIFF and make an HDR directly from it. Your way works too though.
From the Photomatix Pro Tutorial.

"Note: Photomatix allows you to create a pseudo-HDR image from a single RAW file, but the correct way to create an HDR image is with photographs taken with different exposures."

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Absolutely. No argument from me.
Not meant to be, just to coincide anyone who chose to argue either point.

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my first HDR attempt. on an old picture of the YJ


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