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    HDR Cars

    Went to an auto show some time ago to take some pics for hdr (high dynamic range). I like the effect of over doing it with structures and cars. The buffalo is made out of cut up bumpers. Hope you enjoy.

    Phil
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    Those are some great photos!
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    Cool effect. I like the third one the best.

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    Yeeeeaaaah buddy I gotta have that. Tell me how to get that HDR application. I can manipulate saturation, exposure, color balance and all that, but this is too cool.
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    That buffalo is awesome! I'd like to know how to get the HDR app., too, grafixwild.
    Very COOL pics!
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    Oct 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by RGINN
    Yeeeeaaaah buddy I gotta have that. Tell me how to get that HDR application. I can manipulate saturation, exposure, color balance and all that, but this is too cool.
    I use this one. http://www.hdrsoft.com/ and it's really simple to use. They have one that's free but there's a watermark imposed but you can at least see if you like it before you buy. You can do several things including tone mapping which I haven't gotten right yet. The program lets you tweak the pics to your liking. A lot of folks use tone mapping for landscapes but there's a fine line between what's real and isn't. Check out a copy of Outdoor Photographer, a lot of pics look too made up. But it's a hot market so... Typically you take several images of the same thing at different exposures and move them into the program. You can save time and shutter clicks by creating different names for the same pic, 1,2,3, whatever and put them in. It will then advise you the exposure is the same and lets you change the exposure on each pic in different increments. There are some types imaging programs that have it included but if you don't already have it this is a good choice.



    Phil

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    Muchas Gracias!
    Just like Texas in 1880.

 

 

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