Motorcycles in HDR - Post Yours Here!

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

  1. Geek

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  2. BajaBug

    BajaBug Dual Sport Traveler

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  3. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    Nice! good job of avoiding "tree glow" (something really hard to do with HDR).

    :freaky
  4. dave6253

    dave6253 aka. dave62538675309

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    I shot a few more recently.
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  5. kingofZroad

    kingofZroad Been here awhile

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    Very nice guys!
  6. PBee

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  7. Hot_Marmota

    Hot_Marmota n00b

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    Hi,

    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>

    Hugo
  8. banshee8989

    banshee8989 AKA: Fartman

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    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.

    Before:

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    After:



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    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.
  9. ORexpat

    ORexpat Oregon Expatriate

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    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.
  10. dave6253

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    PBee. I can't see your image.
  11. The Opa

    The Opa Been here awhile

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    What he said.....
  12. dave6253

    dave6253 aka. dave62538675309

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    Very nice Hugo! I wish my first post was that cool. Welcome to advrider!
  13. Hot_Marmota

    Hot_Marmota n00b

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    Thanks.

    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.
  14. kingofZroad

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    I wish my iPhone took better pictures. Not very crisp, but I liked the landscape...
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  15. crazyman

    crazyman Exiled to the swamp

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    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.
  16. Hot_Marmota

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  17. Tex76

    Tex76 Motersykle Advntyers

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    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.

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    what the hell wonder what the 0 to 60 is on that thing
  19. Tex76

    Tex76 Motersykle Advntyers

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    its a 50cc, there aint no 60!! lol Guy said he can get it up to about 45-50.
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    opps my bad lol