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Unread 12-16-2009, 05:55 PM   #91
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whats your white balance set to? its rather blue but it could just be from the shadows
I have no clue, lol. I just moved some scales around til it looked cool. lol

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Unread 12-16-2009, 06:08 PM   #92
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I have no clue, lol. I just moved some scales around til it looked cool. lol
ah ok. it may have just been the temp in the program.

cool pics though. this is really making me want to go shoot some but its dark out already
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Unread 12-16-2009, 06:16 PM   #93
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Wow some great photos posted today. I find one of the best uses of HDR is shooting straight into the sun. This photos is a 5 angle 35 shot pano of Lake Tahoe.

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These pictures are amazing 82NoMe !!!!

Side note....do have any specs on the white and yellow TJs? And possibly more photos of them?
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Unread 12-16-2009, 06:39 PM   #95
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These pictures are amazing 82NoMe !!!!

Side note....do have any specs on the white and yellow TJs? And possibly more photos of them?
Thanks for the nice shout out. I have tons of photos both poser and in action. Specs to follow.

for some action on the Fordyce trail click below

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Unread 12-16-2009, 06:43 PM   #96
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For those new to the HDR technique here is a comparison example of HDR. Posted is the original photo and one with the HDR treatment. I figured everyone was tired of seeing the yellow and white jeeps so here is a different kind of 4 wheeler. Slightly overdone to show the difference.




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its taken me awhile to finally be fond of this picture (about 6 months of playing with it)

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Unread 12-16-2009, 06:57 PM   #98
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Wow some great photos posted today. I find one of the best uses of HDR is shooting straight into the sun. This photos is a 5 angle 35 shot pano of Lake Tahoe.

thats alot of work! 35 pano???

you got a link to your work? are you a photographer by profession?
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thats alot of work! 35 pano???

you got a link to your work? are you a photographer by profession?
Thanks for the kind shout out. I am a carpenter (framer). Just got into photos from taking sports photos of my kid.
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Thanks for the nice shout out. I have tons of photos both poser and in action. Specs to follow.

for some action on the Fordyce trail click below

Fordyce
Hey how exactly do you do all the cool stuff like that. As you can tell by my pictures I have no clue what I am doing.

For my last one, I did 7 pictures. -1 -.7 -.3 0 .3 .7 1 then for my others it is just -1 0 1
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I finally got Photoshop reinstalled on my computer... out of curiosity what exactly do you normally do to each layer to get the thing to look "right" to slightly overdone?

I am familiar with layering and stuff, but where do you usually start with the opacity on all the layers? I was playing around with 3 pics I took last night and no matter what I couldn't get it to look decent at all.

I'm guessing since the pics I took are night shots the effect wouldn't nearly be as noticable anyways but I want to be ready when I try and fiddle with this later this week.
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Tony, download photomatix's pro 3.2 trial. It will have a water mark but that's usually the best software to do HDR the right way.
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Unread 12-16-2009, 07:39 PM   #104
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Tony, download photomatix's pro 3.2 trial. It will have a water mark but that's usually the best software to do HDR the right way.
Trust me Zach... if it's possible in something else it is possible in photoshop....

unfortunately you need to know what the hell you're doing to get the right results
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Unread 12-16-2009, 07:49 PM   #105
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I finally got Photoshop reinstalled on my computer... out of curiosity what exactly do you normally do to each layer to get the thing to look "right" to slightly overdone?

I am familiar with layering and stuff, but where do you usually start with the opacity on all the layers? I was playing around with 3 pics I took last night and no matter what I couldn't get it to look decent at all.

I'm guessing since the pics I took are night shots the effect wouldn't nearly be as noticable anyways but I want to be ready when I try and fiddle with this later this week.
I haven't used PS for HDR but I know that you can go to "File>Automate>Merge to HDR" in versions CS2 and above. Hope this helps

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