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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, May 10, 2012.
Black Forest CO
Bracketed Shots from my A7ii, combined in Lightroom then run through an HDR app on my phone to overdo it a bit lol
The back route into work yesterday . . .
Mineral bottom rd - Moab, Utah
Sorry if this is a repeat... from a trip to Dinosaur NP on 4/18
Finger Lakes NF, NY
I got out for a short rip on the 690...
Who say's shallow depth of field doesn't work for HDR's?
Let's say that you have a pic in the files you would like to hdr. Could you take the pics to ps and adjust them in levels to get the same effect as a bracketed photo?
Me believes the data in the photo need to be there.
Celebrating the summer solstice.
Fuji X-T3 18-55. Three shot HDR (-1,0,+1) megred in Lightroom.
People do that. Just take a RAW photo adjust ot to -1 exposure and another copyf of it to +1 and then merge the three copies. What was Nik (Not sure what it is called now) HDR Efex used to make an HDR from a single file.
Sort of. You’ll get a set of images but they’ll not be the same as bracketed shots or exposure adjusted shots from a RAW file. You do get some decent results though. Most of my HDR shots are created this way (or by using the single image import function in Photomatix). I use Photoshop to create a set of multiples from single images by Levels adjustment (try just moving the mid tone slider ) or by adjusting the Curves (you can get some interesting, possibly better described as ‘groovy’, results by adjusting each RGB channel separately to make a set). Basically you can throw any set of images you create at Photomatix, it’ll try and do something with them. Sometimes it works, sometimes not.
I have an example. First photo is made from only one photo. It is tone mapped and some color compression, brightness, etc. Then Sharpened and Contrasted.
Look at the amount of detail in the center light areas and the detail in the extreme dark areas.
Second example made from three photos. First they are merged and the best detail from each is used. Then the same steps above. Note the added detail in the center light area and the very dark areas. This is a true HDR photo. You can't add detail where there is none.
This is Cathedral Caverns in SE Nev. A great park to camp in. Nevada State parks are all very nice.
Can someone recommend a hdr program to download?
I use Photomatrix Pro 6. Works well.
Photomatrix Essentials, got everything I need. Cheap.
Also, the book 'High Dynamic Range Digital Photography' by McCullough. He uses Photomatrix among others. Excellent description and guide, lots of examples.
Do sections of bikes count? The YZ
That bike is so deliciously dirty.
Thanks guys, now I need a new camera, one that does HDR!