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 Post subject: Moon Rise HDR Shots
PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2008 1:34 am 
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Technically, is it hdr, its a single exposure that I adjusted in photoshop, and combined in PhotoMatix.

Well, here it is:

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and also I decided lets make that HDR into a Black and white:

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My english teacher, who is a huge fan of black and white film, said I should try to add some more contrast to the black and white one.

oth of those are Taken at Clarke's Reservation State Park in New York.

Hopefully I'll head back out this weekend, and if I can convince my parents to take my, go nice and early and try to get a sunrise from that nice lake down there. I was only down at that lake once and it is MUDDY all around it, and its 100 steps down. Nice little park actually.

Critiquing always welcome and appreciated,
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I would love to see this place at sunrise, or sunset...that would be great..
looks like you caught little sister moon, floatin on by, and that is good enough for me..the only thing I might change is take out the little green tree in the front, so you can see alotta wadda, and then put a duck in.

I bet the sky would look super at sunset...


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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 1:08 pm 
Hi jake
Excuse my ignorance but what is HRD?


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PostPosted: Sun May 04, 2008 1:13 pm 
HDR stands for High Dynamic Range and we usually use it to mean a photo which has been combined from multiple photos taken at different exposures, usually to stop the sky being too bright and the foreground being too dark.


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