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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, May 10, 2012.
A great example of different ways of processing HDR's, each with its own appeal.
Nice comparisons; and beautiful work!
May I ask: What preset were you using with the Photomatix processed shots? Is it one of the included ones, or one you've worked up?
Here's my latest effort, from a single jpeg. I like the way this one's turned out
<img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8115/8693292897_801b1f6f69_b.jpg" width="1024" height="691" alt="Yamaha XT250">
My 'old' XT250, with sheep.
Some real talent on display here. Keep it up, folks.
Be Adventurous! Point your camera into the sun.
At first I honestly couldn't tell what was going on, then I noticed that the landscape looked like one of those paintings with the little short brush strokes...
That's pretty cool actually.
I shot that with an iPhone 4. The zoom was set full and the wind was gusting above 30 mph so. I'm sure the phone was moving a bit.
First attempt...love all these HDR photos in this thread.
That's a great 1st attempt, I love the way the wood in the background came out. And the motorcycle is nice too
Not sure if this is hdr, I used Picassa to boost this pic
Good effort, I like that one. It has a graphic/printmaking quality about it. As it all done in Photomatix or have you been Photoshoppin' too?
Oh yeah, the bike looks brilliant as well. I do like the look of those CB750 motors, although that looks like it's a lot more than a CB750!
A pic I snapped the other day in front of a beaver dam.
Interesting your comparing my image to printmaking as I majored in lithography and my art concept has much to do with the process of layering of color to create an image.
I am old school trying to play new school tech and the images in this thread are incredible.
Here's the same bike, a period modified CB750, w/o boosting of the image.