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slapshot25 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Jul 2007Wed 14-Nov-12 02:00 AM
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"NEW TO HDR"


Yardley, US
          

LOOKING FOR ANY COMMENTS OR IDEAS ON HDR. HERE ARE A FEW FROM ARCHES,ZION AND BRYCE NATIONAL PARK. DONE WITH 5 SHOT BRACKETING AT 1 STOPS INCREMENTS.








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brada Silver Member
03rd Dec 2012
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slapshot25 Silver Member
04th Dec 2012
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MasterDabber Silver Member
04th Dec 2012
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gautier
04th Dec 2012
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09th Dec 2012
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brada Silver Member Nikonian since 29th Jan 2008Mon 03-Dec-12 08:48 PM
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I guess I will be the first to offer some CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM...
First, not sure what is going on with image #1 and the large gray area in the upper left.
These images are a bit over-processed and consequently there is a noticeable edge on the 2nd image and the shadow areas are some other color. Not only do you not have any black/shadow area in 3, the over processing has made the sky a mess... Your composition and subject matter look good, just your process needs work.

What software are you using?

Sorry to be a little harsh...
Brad

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slapshot25 Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Jul 2007Tue 04-Dec-12 01:40 AM
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Yardley, US
          

Photoshop cs6 and a preset that I found online

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MasterDabber Silver Member Nikonian since 10th Dec 2005Tue 04-Dec-12 07:52 AM
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Camberley, GB
          

I think Brad has given you some useful suggestions and comments. To be a bit blunt,the images you have posted don't really work (for me at least).
You say you are using a preset, I don't know which one?
If you want to try HDR you may wish to consider trying one of the programs often referred to in this HDR section - Oloneo HDRengine, Photomatix, SNS etc.
Most of these have a free trial version you can download and get the feel of how they work for you.
HDR software has come on a lot from when it was originally introduced and now gives you the opportunity to create images that range from very natural to full-on grunge effects.

Derek

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gautier Registered since 02nd Dec 2012Tue 04-Dec-12 09:09 AM
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Shanghai, CN
          

You can try Luminance HDR it is free and run on Windows and Mac. Sourceforge "Project of the Month" in May 2012
http://qtpfsgui.sourceforge.net/
May be simpler to use than CS6 as it is a specialised tool.
As Brad said, maybe over processed.
Practice makes perfection, have fun!

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EYEBALLER Gold Member Nikonian since 08th Sep 2011Sun 16-Dec-12 08:44 PM
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#6. "RE: NEW TO HDR"
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Sterling Heights, US
          

What software do you use and what resources did you use to learn how to do HDR image processing?

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mnbuilder49 Moderator Awarded for his high level skills in various areas, especially in Interiors Architecture, Landscape and HDR Photography Nikonian since 18th Apr 2006Sun 09-Dec-12 03:29 PM
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Lakeville, US
          

What software did you use for your hdr processing? I prefer a more realistic look to landscape hdr images.

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