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greyface Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jul 2008Wed 19-Sep-12 12:50 AM
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"Trying HDR"


New Bedford, US
          

5 image HDR shot with a D800 and 24-70 lens. Processed in Nik HDR Pro 2 and Nik Silver Efex.




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liamtoh1ps Registered since 17th Apr 2012Wed 19-Sep-12 08:30 PM
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#1. "RE: Trying HDR"
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Wow! I liked a lot.

Thanks for sharing.

  

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largebore Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Jan 2011Wed 19-Sep-12 11:35 PM
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How did u keep the color with silver efex? Assume photo

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greyface Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jul 2008Thu 20-Sep-12 01:37 AM
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New Bedford, US
          

Thank you both.
I used the control points in Silver Efex to selectively bring the color back. You can also do it in Photoshop using layers.
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Cavy2 Silver Member Awarded for her continuing willingness to keep on learning and to share her knowledge with others in the Nikonians spirit Nikonian since 02nd Aug 2006Fri 21-Sep-12 04:31 PM
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Newtown, US
          

Hi Robert,
I like what you did here converting the bridge in Silver Efex to accentuate the scene. I'm curious about the original color of the bridge. Nice detail on the bricks, but I wish the view at the end of the bridge was sharper.


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greyface Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jul 2008Fri 21-Sep-12 06:42 PM
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New Bedford, US
          

Hi Kathy,
Thank you for your comments. It was a little windy and should have used a faster shutter speed. I was lying down on the bridge to get the framing I wanted.
Here is one of the frames to show the original color.



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Cavy2 Silver Member Awarded for her continuing willingness to keep on learning and to share her knowledge with others in the Nikonians spirit Nikonian since 02nd Aug 2006Sat 22-Sep-12 12:02 PM
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Newtown, US
          

Such a great subject! Love the reflection. You definitely made the right choice with processing.

I did an HDR of a covered bridge, ended up masking in my one shot that was sharp.

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Interesting shot. Nice job on the processing.

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four eighty sparky Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Apr 2011Fri 28-Sep-12 02:17 PM
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Damn! If you're just 'trying out HDR', just think what you'll end up with when you get good at it!

I wish I could have started out with HDRs looking like that!

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greyface Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jul 2008Fri 28-Sep-12 09:28 PM
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#9. "RE: Trying HDR"
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New Bedford, US
          

Thank you Larry.
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greyface Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jul 2008Fri 28-Sep-12 09:41 PM
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New Bedford, US
          

Thank you for your kind words Ken. This is the first one with a new camera and new HDR processor, still learning both.

Don Menges, dmenges, has posted some excellent HDR images in the "A Picture I took forum". He has set the bar for HDR.
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glennaa11 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Aug 2004Wed 10-Oct-12 01:05 AM
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Arlington, US
          

>Hi Kathy,
>Thank you for your comments. It was a little windy and should
>have used a faster shutter speed. I was lying down on the
>bridge to get the framing I wanted.
>Here is one of the frames to show the original color.
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Lots of detail out of that D800! I'm not so sure about a faster shutter. I kind of like it this way. Sort of water-color-y or kaleidoscopic.

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#12. "RE: Trying HDR"
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Milwaukee, US
          

Wow...learning something new everyday looking at what others do...thanks for sharing....nice work.

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tekneektom Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Nov 2011Tue 13-Nov-12 01:19 AM
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Land O Lakes, US
          

Wow! Superb.

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greyface Gold Member Nikonian since 30th Jul 2008Wed 14-Nov-12 03:50 AM
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New Bedford, US
          

Thank you Tom.
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