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post #1246 of 2055 Old 02-09-2011, 07:25 AM
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Could anyone be so kind to make these HDR? I need the help in selling the gf on why she needs a nice camera for V-day.





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I love black and white so i decided to make this one.


a girl and her jeep, its a beautiful thing.
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Could anyone be so kind to make these HDR? I need the help in selling the gf on why she needs a nice camera for V-day.



Best i can do with a single photo. Technically, you need 3 or more exposures to get the right effect.

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hurray for HDR!
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Best i can do with a single photo. Technically, you need 3 or more exposures to get the right effect.

HAHA! That's awesome! Thanks so much. So when you say you need 3 pics, are there cameras that will take all 3 at once?
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HDR is best used for scenes that have too much dynamic range for the sensor. Much of what is done with HDR programs is just messing with contrast and such, and is not getting the true use of HDR. Using HDR on that dog for example, really does nothing for the picture. Adjusting tone, color, white balance in Photoshop would probably do more for it.





Some of the "HDR" effects, like the grunge stuff do give photos (that don't actually have a high dynamic range) an interesting look, and like doing it to.
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post #1252 of 2055 Old 02-09-2011, 09:27 PM
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My fiance's sister is a photographer, so I'm going to have her sit down with me and teach me how to do all of this. Those two pics of my pup are awesome. Thanks so much for doing them, guys.
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post #1253 of 2055 Old 02-10-2011, 04:40 PM
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here is a quick shot with only 1 picture

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post #1254 of 2055 Old 02-12-2011, 08:02 AM
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HAHA! That's awesome! Thanks so much. So when you say you need 3 pics, are there cameras that will take all 3 at once?

Not at exactly the same time, but quickly one right after the other.

I'll probably get corrected by someone who knows more about this, but this is how i understand it

A lot of DSLR cameras will take 3-5 pictures a second with the flash off. Many of them also have a Bracketing setting that lets you set up a range of exposure from underexposed to over exposed (-2 to +2). When set up the camera on a tripod or other really stable surface and capture these multiple shots, you can then take the photos and layer them on top of each other in a program like Photomatix. The reason for the tripod is to ensure the images will align up. The program uses the range of under exposed to over exposed photos to generate the HDR (High Dynamic Range) photo that you cant really get with only 1 photo with a set exposure.
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HDR is best used for scenes that have too much dynamic range for the sensor. Much of what is done with HDR programs is just messing with contrast and such, and is not getting the true use of HDR. Using HDR on that dog for example, really does nothing for the picture. Adjusting tone, color, white balance in Photoshop would probably do more for it.





Some of the "HDR" effects, like the grunge stuff do give photos (that don't actually have a high dynamic range) an interesting look, and like doing it to.
I really like the detail that you were able to pull out of this photo.
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Photoshop CS5 has a great built-in utility to create HDR effects...Merge to HDR Pro.
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Not at exactly the same time, but quickly one right after the other.

I'll probably get corrected by someone who knows more about this, but this is how i understand it

A lot of DSLR cameras will take 3-5 pictures a second with the flash off. Many of them also have a Bracketing setting that lets you set up a range of exposure from underexposed to over exposed (-2 to +2). When set up the camera on a tripod or other really stable surface and capture these multiple shots, you can then take the photos and layer them on top of each other in a program like Photomatix. The reason for the tripod is to ensure the images will align up. The program uses the range of under exposed to over exposed photos to generate the HDR (High Dynamic Range) photo that you cant really get with only 1 photo with a set exposure.
Thanks for the explanation.
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for those of you who are really serious about photography, this is a good explanation. might be a little too confusing for someone who isn't experienced with digital photography. High Dynamic Range
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I really like the detail that you were able to pull out of this photo.
Just a little photoshop, no HDR stuff.
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I know true HDR's require more than one photo but I was just messing around using single photos. I like how I caught the sun light coming down on the first one




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