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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Sun 28-Nov-10 06:03 PM
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"Some HDR with the D7000"


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Here are a few links to HDR from the D7000, Sigma 8-16mm at 8mm @f/5...


http://billkeane.zenfolio.com/p686788665/h63b2a8b

http://billkeane.zenfolio.com/p686788665/h21583f39

http://billkeane.zenfolio.com/p686788665/h20bba073




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dankeny Gold Member Nikonian since 29th May 2006Mon 29-Nov-10 05:30 AM
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#1. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Roland, US
          

Thanks. Those are nice. I really like the first. The ghosts in the other two don't work as well for me, but the shots are well done. 3 exposures at +/- 2?

David

  

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Mon 29-Nov-10 03:14 PM
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#2. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>Thanks. Those are nice. I really like the first. The ghosts
>in the other two don't work as well for me, but the shots are
>well done. 3 exposures at +/- 2?
>
>David

I went +2 to -4 to retain image detail in the ones with the painting on the ceiling...

The thing about the ghosts is, there were NO people in the theater when I was shooting..................................just kidding.

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dhmiller Silver Member Nikonian since 19th May 2009Mon 29-Nov-10 04:01 PM
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#3. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

Great color and composition. Did you use Photomatix?
Nice job.
DM

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Mon 29-Nov-10 04:02 PM
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#4. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>Great color and composition. Did you use Photomatix?
>Nice job.
>DM

Thanks!

Yes sir, I did. Photomatix has been upgraded to take the D7000 into account.

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radwar Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Feb 2009Mon 29-Nov-10 08:21 PM
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#5. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Cupertino, US
          

>>Great color and composition. Did you use Photomatix?
>>Nice job.
>>DM
>
>Thanks!
>
>Yes sir, I did. Photomatix has been upgraded to take the
>D7000 into account.

I have been amazed at the HDR shots, can you explain your workflow for one of the pictures? How many pics, exposures settings and photomatix settings...

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Mon 29-Nov-10 08:36 PM
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#6. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>I have been amazed at the HDR shots, can you explain your
>workflow for one of the pictures? How many pics, exposures
>settings and photomatix settings...


Sure. On the ones posted in this thread:

Tripod, ISO 100, Sigma 8-16@f/5, +2+1 0 -1 -2 (sometimes adding -3 -4).

Import RAW images into PhotoMatix, often using "Painterly" settings, not always.

Save as a TIFF, then open in NX2. Set Black/White points, adjust color balance as needed, add sharpness as needed, adjust saturation, whatever...

Save as a NEF and also as a JPEG.

That's it.

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radwar Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Feb 2009Mon 29-Nov-10 08:51 PM
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#7. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Cupertino, US
          

Thanks a lot!

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#8. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Glenview, US
          

Thank you for sharing. Did you use bracketing feature? If so, how did you do the exposure compensation?

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Tue 30-Nov-10 12:08 PM
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#9. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Tue 30-Nov-10 08:51 PM by billD80

US
          

>Thank you for sharing. Did you use bracketing feature? If so,
>how did you do the exposure compensation?
>
>POC


I NEVER use bracketing. I just hold the +/- button and rotate the wheel after each exposure. I'm not against bracketing, I just never tried it on the D200, and the D7000 offers a limited range of options in that regard (I believe).

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Tue 30-Nov-10 08:51 PM
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#10. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Here's one I got today...

http://billkeane.zenfolio.com/p686788665/h2584c9b9





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JHCIII Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Aug 2007Mon 06-Dec-10 04:56 PM
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#11. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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monroe, US
          

>>Thank you for sharing. Did you use bracketing feature? If
>so,
>>how did you do the exposure compensation?
>>
>>POC
>
>
>I NEVER use bracketing. I just hold the +/- button and rotate
>the wheel after each exposure. I'm not against bracketing, I
>just never tried it on the D200, and the D7000 offers a
>limited range of options in that regard (I believe).

I'm a heavy HDR user, and not sure if I can live with the limit of 3 bracketed exposures. (I'm prepared to deal with it until something better comes along!) Most of my HDRs are handheld, so the +/- exposure button thing won't work for me!

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Mon 06-Dec-10 05:48 PM
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#12. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>I'm a heavy HDR user, and not sure if I can live with the
>limit of 3 bracketed exposures. Most of my HDRs are
>handheld, so the +/- exposure button thing won't work for me!
>
>


All of mine are on a tripod, otherwise I'd have passed the D7000 by and waited for the D400 (which I assume will have a wider bracketing range... (Sometimes I use up to 7 exposures...)

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KnightPhoto Gold Member Nikonian since 18th Dec 2006Mon 06-Dec-10 11:27 PM
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#13. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Alberta, CA
          

With the D700 I have the opposite issue where I have been shooting 5 shots from -2 to +2 and then discarding the -1 and +1 shots. So I only import 3 shots into Photomatix. Most of my HDR shots are also handheld.

Just curious are you and John noticing some improvement from using 5 or 7 shots?

Also it is my limited understand that anything over +2 contains potentially so much lens flare and/or sensor reflections that it has very limited value?

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Tue 07-Dec-10 12:25 AM
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#14. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          


Just curious are you and John noticing some improvement from
>using 5 or 7 shots?
>
>Also it is my limited understand that anything over +2
>contains potentially so much lens flare and/or sensor
>reflections that it has very limited value?

To be honest, I haven't directly compared 5 to7 shot arrays...

I often use 5, +/-2. I add more if it looks to my eye that there are some extremes that might not be properly handled with a 5 stop range... Could flare be a factor in shots at +3 or so? I would think. But that depends on the light source (like, are there spotlights in the scene?). My extended exposure range is normally on the minus side (to compesate for super bright spots).

Like this one: http://billkeane.zenfolio.com/p686788665/h191b0e15





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digitalandfilm Registered since 13th Nov 2010Mon 03-Jan-11 12:45 AM
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#15. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          


Bill,

Your stuff is great.. I love the HDR and the other photo's.

"All intervening steps.. scribbles, sketches, drawings, failed work, models, studies, thoughts, conversations.. are of interest"

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#16. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Mon 03-Jan-11 07:27 AM by jadiniz

Estoril, PT
          

Bill, that's a fantastic HDR gallery you've got there. Absolutely gorgeous!

Here's a handheld (bracketed) one, with a 35mm f1.8, using Lightroom 3 and Nik HDR Pro.

http://olhares.aeiou.pt/primeiro_por-do-sol_de_2011_foto4301586.html

Best regards, and good shootings for 2011.

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#18. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>Bill, that's a fantastic HDR gallery you've got there.
>Absolutely gorgeous!
>
>Here's a handheld (bracketed) one, with a 35mm f1.8, using
>Lightroom 3 and Nik HDR Pro.
>
>http://olhares.aeiou.pt/primeiro_por-do-sol_de_2011_foto4301586.html
>
>Best regards, and good shootings for 2011.


Thanks very much! Love the seaside shot, hand-held no less! Great work. Haven't tried that yet with HDR...

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Mon 03-Jan-11 01:56 PM
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#17. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>
>Bill,
>
>Your stuff is great.. I love the HDR and the other photo's.
>
>
Thanks! Much appreciated.

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hamjam Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Oct 2008Thu 06-Jan-11 06:22 PM
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#19. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Lincoln, US
          

Bill,

Great shots here and processing.

Sorry for the perhaps dumb question, but you say you are handholding the D7000 and using the +/- button and shooting 5 images. How are you able to do that and not get any motion blur in the images? They are tack sharp!!

Are you in manual or aperture mode?

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#20. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>Bill,
>
>Great shots here and processing.
>
>Sorry for the perhaps dumb question, but you say you are
>handholding the D7000 and using the +/- button and shooting 5
>images. How are you able to do that and not get any motion
>blur in the images? They are tack sharp!!
>

Thanks! And no... I've never used hand-held for HDR. I just complemented a previous poster on THEIR ability to do the hand-held approach. I use a tripod for HDR.

I use Aperture Priority, for everything, not just HDR.

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#21. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

Really nice HDR! Sharp and not overdone. Good work!

  

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#22. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Fri 07-Jan-11 01:55 PM by AlbanyDave

Albany, US
          

Hi All,

I'm guessing that Jim Hammond was referring to Jose Diniz's image of Primeiro pôr-do-sol when he mentioned "tack sharp" AND handheld. I'm also curious about that. Sky and wave break look extremely crisp for multiples by hand. Is it CH mode and AE bracketing or do you have one of those unique timepieces that McNulty had in that old ('63) Twilight Zone episode called "A Kind of Stopwatch"?? Sure looks like you were able to stop time for more than a few hundredths of a second there.

And I second (third?) the motion that your HDR stuff is beautifully amazing, Bill.

- Dave

PS - OK, scratch my first paragraph. Duh. My Portugese is a bit rusty, but on the Olhares website Jose does note (in the wee small font under the Technical Information block) "HDR de três exposições feitas à mão (bracketing, high speed continuous shooting, sem tripé), processado em Adobe Lightroom 3 e Nik HDR Pro". His result runs counter to the notion that the D7000's bracketing is not of much use. Looks like he nailed it.

PPS - Jose, am I translating your comment on Olhares correctly that you were a little disillusioned that the Primeiro pôr-do-sol image didn't make it to the Public Gallery due to the voting? Hey, what to the critics know? That is a beautiful image, sir. Your Nikonians portfolio is impressive too, but leaves one wanting more. The window shot (DSC4174) didn't make it to the "Popular" column and it's quite good, imho -- so much for voting. The EH101 at sunrise is cool, too. You like windows and using "found" in-shot frames. Nice, evocative stuff.

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#24. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>And I second (third?) the motion that your HDR stuff is
>beautifully amazing, Bill.
>
>- Dave
>


That's super kind Dave. Thanks!

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#28. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Estoril, PT
          

Dave,

Thanks for your very kind words, and the time taken to translate from Portuguese. I'm honoured by your attention.

This was my first attempt at HDR with the D7000, and apart from testing it once when I got the camera a couple of weeks ago, it was my first time ever using bracketing. My first DSLR (D3000), which I've had for nine months now doesn't have these commodities. But it threw me on an uphill learning curve that I guess I'll be riding for some time.

Three exposures, two stops apart each, max speed continuous shooting. I was sitting on a rocky floor, legs apart bent, elbows on my knees, under strong wind. Keep in mind that the short 35mm focal range allows some leeway, and Nik's software auto-alignment did a decent job. However, the full size file shows some imperfections that the downsized-for-web-gallery version hides very well

HDR by hand is not my whim: I simply don't own a tripod. Neither do I have the discipline, skill and patience to be a landscape photographer or an HDR engineer. But I do love the intense looks of medium-to-heavy PP well done on a nice scenery, just in front of my house!

The portuguese Olhares galley is a "funny" place. You get to rate pics (0 to 5 stars), comment them, and either vote approval, disapproval or ignore for a Public Gallery. Eight votes with six approvals in the first 48 hours get you in. I got lots of stars, lots of positive comments, but the votes did not materialize. Too many people just copy-paste some generic compliment, invite you to see their own gallery and move on, hoping to capture web traffic to their own page. Somehow it doesn't feel right.

Nikonians is a lot nicer. Thanks all for the encouragment and feedback.

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#29. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>The portuguese Olhares galley is a "funny" place.
>You get to rate pics (0 to 5 stars), comment them, and either
>vote approval, disapproval or ignore for a Public Gallery.
>Eight votes with six approvals in the first 48 hours get you
>in. I got lots of stars, lots of positive comments, but the
>votes did not materialize.

Well, your image is a great one.

Forget stars and whatnot. Sometimes when you're new to a site, even being Ansel Adams isn't enough.

Just keep doing what you're doing.

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#30. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Estoril, PT
          

Thank you very much.

BTW, my wife is also amazed by your pictures. You've got two more fans on this side of the Atlantic.

http://egozarolho.blogspot.com
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2. Light is more important than glass and pixels.
3. In the digital photography process, software is as important as gear.

  

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Sat 08-Jan-11 03:23 PM
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#31. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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US
          

>Thank you very much.
>
>BTW, my wife is also amazed by your pictures. You've got two
>more fans on this side of the Atlantic.

Thanks so much for your very, very kind words.

Bill



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#25. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Lincoln, US
          

Bill,

OK, thanks, that cleared that up.

Jim

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pwarbeck Silver Member Nikonian since 25th May 2009Fri 07-Jan-11 02:22 PM
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#23. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Is anyone in this discussion using the User modes U1 and U2 for HDR? It's easy to set them up for either a 5-frame bracket or a 9-frame bracket when three are insufficient. Then you only have to move the mode dial twice: Take the first burst at U1, rotate to A for the second burst, then rotate to U2 for the third. I used to use the OP's method, but the elapsed time often resulted in ghosting (wind moving leaves and clouds). With the user modes, you can take nine shots in 2-3 seconds. Of course you must also use a tripod.

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radwar Silver Member Nikonian since 28th Feb 2009Fri 07-Jan-11 06:28 PM
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#26. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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that sounds good. how do you do the setup? do you mind sharing?

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pwarbeck Silver Member Nikonian since 25th May 2009Fri 07-Jan-11 06:53 PM
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#27. "RE: Some HDR with the D7000"
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Sun 09-Jan-11 05:27 PM by pwarbeck

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To set up camera for a 9-frame bracket ...

I'm re-posting this how-to to a new discussion in the D7000 forum.


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