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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dave6253, May 10, 2012.
Photomatix Pro, You can try it for free first. I've tried Lightroom, Nik, Aurora, etc. Nothing compares to Photomatix, IMO.
Any digital camera, including your phone, can be used for HDR. Go back to the beginning of this thread - like around page 8 - for examples of what HDR Software can do for single JPEG files from point-n-shoot cameras.
Yes you can make a picture have an HDR feel with an app but certain aspects of it can only be done with a camera that is capable of bracketing shots and software that is capable of combining those shots. In the picture I've attached below the only way to show the trees on the other side of the bridge would be to under expose the bridge itself. So with bracketed shots you can see both the bridge and what's behind it clearly.
Auto bracketing feature makes it easier. Any camera, including cellphones, are capable of obtaining different exposure levels. Of course, auto bracketing and shooting in RAW is better. My point is someone interested in trying this does not need to run out and buy a new camera. Having said that, anytime I shop for cameras, the auto bracketing capabilities and ease of use are very important to me.
I have Photomatix Essentials, it does everything I want. Very reasonable price.
Yamaha Omaha Trailmaster
Wow, never even hear of one. What type of transmission? Hi/Low like the hondas?
The MG1-T was Yamaha's attempt to capitalize on Honda's success with their early step through trail bikes, even though Yamaha had another style trail bike as well with a center mounted tank instead of under the seat. It did have a 4 speed manual transmission however unlike the autoclutch type that Honda used. The step through Omaha Trail bikes from Yamaha never had dual range transmissions or oil injection (AutoLube) which was used on later trail bikes from Yamaha.
Leaving Joseph, OR one morning last summer:
Hoodsport WA, western side of the Hood Canal. Last week. Yup, it was open for sales, not tastings. But we wouldn't do that anyway, would we?
BTW, their products are mighty tasty. At home. After the ride up the twisty road!
Oregon, Alsea River.............. Total Therapy
Woah!! Do you have a bright yellow riding jacket? I think you came through the town of Alsea while I was sitting at Deb's Diner. We waved at you.
That was me. . I waved at you as well but I didn't recognize you man. Sorry about not stopping in to say howdy. Beautiful day
I got to test the 2020 KTM 390 Adventure last week!
Downtown Clifton, AZ
15 minutes later...
After I pulled out to take this pic, I promptly dropped the bike. Note the scuffed gravel to the left of the bike... :)