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 Post subject: Some of my HDR
PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:55 pm 
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Here are a couple of HDR pics. Feel free to let me know what you think

This is a day to night conversion The original picture was taken at 2pm
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This old canon is at the historic Sonoma , Ca Barracks where soldiers under Comandante-General Mariano Vallejo

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:26 pm 
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Love the first image. It is one of the best HDR images I have seen in a while. Just out of interest how do you do day to night conversions.

Thanks :D

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 1:47 am 
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Thanks for the compliment and here is a quick easy way tutorial on how to change day to night. It is good for starters then you can mess around from there

http://youtu.be/4IraZ1k_B8U


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Thanks for the link I will be sure to watch it. I will hopefully try some HDR images soon.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:21 am 
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I like your first photo apart from the sky and clouds, looks a little too fake and not really good enough to enter the realm of digital art.

There is very little I like about the second. Sorry.

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No worries Trevor I know not everyone is going to like my stuff and Im ok with it. I have showed these pics to a lot of people and you are the only one who has not liked them. A friend of mine is having the the first one printed and he is paying me for it . So I guess Im doing something right :D


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personaly i like the first one i am a big fan of hdr it takes simple pic to the realm of art and if some one payes for it that is great


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A HDR attempt with this lens,, my very first attempt, guide me if i didi a wrong PP


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Av mode, 24mm, f 9, 400 ISO, 1/800 auto WB, +1 Exposure Com:--- +2,-2 AEB

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Av mode, 38 mm, f 8. 1/500 200 ISO, +2, -2 AEB

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Av mode, 70 mm, f 8, 1/200, 200 ISO, AWB, +2, -2 AEB

All shoots handheld, camera on continuous drive mode(H)
Auto focus - single shot mode
( dont have the idea - how to erase the bird from the third picture)

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( dont have the idea - how to erase the bird from the third picture)


If you have CS5.
Select the Lasso Tool =>>
Draw around the bird =>>
Go to Edit =>>
Select Fill =>>
Choose Content Aware from the drop down menu =>>
Hit OK.

Bird Gone!

Hope it helps.

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