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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, May 10, 2012.
Nice! good job of avoiding "tree glow" (something really hard to do with HDR).
I shot a few more recently.
Very nice guys!
Here's and PseudoHDR from Portugal.
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/77742045@N02/8518573704/" title="hdr_filtered por Hot_Marmota, no Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8526/8518573704_7f27b38fdc_c.jpg" width="800" height="533" alt="hdr_filtered"></a>
After reading this thread I decided to go on on my back deck and snap a few shots to HDR.
Im not a photo geek and just a guy who likes to take pictures.
Im using a panasonic Lumix FZ-150 with bracketing +1, 0 ,-1
I used .jpeg instead of raw as thats what dynamic photo suggested. I did try it in raw and my untrained eye could see no difference.
no tripod, crappy weather and my first attempt.
You cant tell in these down sized pictures but on the originals I noticed the after picture is not quite as crisp. I think this may be due to alignment and I will have to pull out the old tripod and see if that makes a difference.
No motorcycle in the pictures... as I dont ride in the cold... yeah Im a whimp..... but I will be using this effect in the summer to get some good riding photos.
Looks good though, in the small size--can't see any mis-alignment on my iPad. It's cool how the combined images bring out the detail your eyes see but the camera can't usually render.
PBee. I can't see your image.
What he said.....
Very nice Hugo! I wish my first post was that cool. Welcome to advrider!
This picture ( I don't know if it has been covered yet) is a pseudo HDR, which is a HDR made from a single shot made in RAW format.
Raw format contains more dynamic range than a JPG, and you can use this to make a HDR. This one is a bit grudge, but for 'soft' HDR and moving objects, this technic is just fine.
I wish my iPhone took better pictures. Not very crisp, but I liked the landscape...
More than 90% of my HDR images are from a single RAW image. I've got to be really motivated to lug a tripod and setup bracketed shots for 'proper' HDR images.
Not my bike, saw it at the local cars and motorcycle gathering here Stretched moped, pretty interesting group of guys had built a few of these. Another shallow DOF experiment.
what the hell wonder what the 0 to 60 is on that thing
its a 50cc, there aint no 60!! lol Guy said he can get it up to about 45-50.
opps my bad lol