Motorcycles in HDR - Post Yours Here!

Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, May 10, 2012.

  1. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    If any of you gents are shooting Sony's NEX series of cameras like I am; there is a new firmware update that came out this week that will let you adjust the auto-bracketing all the way up to a -3,0,+3 range with a single click.

    Perfect for HDR! :wings
  2. Katoom119

    Katoom119 Mmmm....Orange Kool-aid

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    Your bike is really clean....
  3. Shov3BR

    Shov3BR Tinkerer

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    Can't tell you anything about the pic other than it is my 2009 Road King Classic. I guy at work took the pic in the company parking lot.

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  4. The Opa

    The Opa Been here awhile

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    Just found your thread, and as I am recovering from broken wrist surgery I will try to add a couple. This one is not true hdr, made from one exposure. From a ride I did in Oct. '12, TN near NC border.

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  5. The Opa

    The Opa Been here awhile

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    At the Smokemont campground, Smoky Mtn Natl Park. Also from manipulated single exposure.

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  6. dave6253

    dave6253 aka. dave62538675309

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  7. kingofZroad

    kingofZroad Been here awhile

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    Very nice Dave!
  8. hogdoc

    hogdoc Been here awhile

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    I love this thread. My first contribution from a single point and shoot image, edited in picmonkey, my new favorite editer thanks to Dave.
  9. hogdoc

    hogdoc Been here awhile

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    And the only other one I have with me 1500 miles from home in a hotel room.
  10. dave6253

    dave6253 aka. dave62538675309

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    Nice stuff, hogdoc.
  11. hogdoc

    hogdoc Been here awhile

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    Thanks Dave, I aspire to reach your level, your photographs are awsome. Far superior to what many "pro" photogs produce!
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    Well you ought to feel good about yourself. That second picture is top notch.
  13. Tex76

    Tex76 Motersykle Advntyers

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    Here are a few from my sunset ride tonight (and one from a couple days ago). Still new to the HDR thing but I'm liking it alot so far

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  14. hogdoc

    hogdoc Been here awhile

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    Thanks wingnut.
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    nice pics Tex76.

    I like the last one the most. Looks like a real peaceful spot.
  16. Drsilver

    Drsilver A fun ride.

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    My first attempt at HDR.

    My 2011 Yamaha Stryker in Cold Spring NY.

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  18. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    Very nicely done! I'd love to know your workflow...

    You can tell they are HDR but your blacks aren't blue, your trees and edges aren't "glowing" and your saturation isn't over the top.

    I like it! :clap

    The last pic almost looks like the north short of Lake Ray Roberts?
  19. Voluhzia

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  20. Tex76

    Tex76 Motersykle Advntyers

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    Very close! This was a "closed" :evil park by Lake Lavon, Northeast of Dallas and only 15 miles or so from my house. I used three bracketed shots for these, -2, 0, and +2. Combined and edited in Lightroom 4, there is a module called Enfuse that lets you blend the three images and keeps all the RAW data so you can edit how you see fit. Get as crazy or subtle as you want :D. There are some awesome shots in this thread, HDR is a great way to make everything pop and make us look much cooler than we actually are :bmwrider