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    Re: Post Your Best HDR Photo




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    You might want to fiddle with the contrast a little bit by pulling down the midtones with a curves tool. That will also tame the highlights on the branch which are on the verge of being blown.

    Thanks! i had noticed that myself but wasn't really sure how to fix it, i'm new to photomatix and just trying to learn the ends and outs of it, i will be buying the license soon so that's also good to know about removing the watermarks, thanks again!
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    Re: Post Your Best HDR Photo



    Quote Originally Posted by Don Burkett


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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Burkett
    My roots are there but I've been working out of Chicago the last 6 years.




    Cool cool. I lived in Chicago for about three years (two hours north is still considered "Chicago land" much easier than telling people "Crystal Lake" and getting confused looks haha).


    That's a wonderful shot of the burgh though. I love it.
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    Unreal, that's the area I live in now.

    Haha small world! I wish I would have gotten into photography before I moved back east. Crystal Lake was a great location. Even if the lake wasn't exaclt "crystal" clear haha.

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    3 shots at 18mm f/3.5 ISO 400, handheld. Grunge effect in Photomatix appled


    Interior of a very, very nice Boss Mustang


    Too much HDR? I like it, but very much would like a different opinion



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    Did this one over the weekend. I used 1 RAW file and processed it into 5 16 bit TIFF files at 1 EV spacing. I really cranked up the effect for this one because I felt like it added a lot of drama to a somewhat marginal composition :-)


    [img]/cfs-file.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.UserFiles/00.00.00.26.13/2009_2D00_10_2D00_24_2D00_15_2D00_11_2D00_27-HDR.jpg[/img]

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    Re: Post Your Best HDR Photo



    I'm pretty sure you would get the same effect with photomatrix with just the one RAW file.


    Quite a nice effect though.


    And the previous car is brilliant!

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    Not sure if I would call this HDR or not but it is a shot of New River Gorge in West Virginia, processed from one image


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    Nice one Joel.


    The clouds in the valleys look like they were placed there for this pic Feels like soon King Kong's gonna pop outta this dense forest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joel Bookhammer


    Not sure if I would call this HDR or not but it is a shot of New River Gorge in West Virginia, processed from one image


    I think its classed as "ToneMapped" when its from one image, but my understanding is that if you do it from a RAW file there is additional luminance information that can let you give the impression of a "higher" dynamic range. Either way loving you work!

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    i had this in a lonely thread than never got looked at :'( sniff. Thought i would drop it in to this thread , very slight "HDR Effect" just to pull out the highlight and shadow details. 3 Exposures...etc etc, Photomatix...etc.





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    Single shot jpg taken on an XTi, 28-105mm @3.5, 30.0s. I enjoy the painted look to the final doc, more than the quality of the photo


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    Edit: I meant to say that this image feels somewhat thomas kinkade - ish to me.

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