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Fossil Creek, Arizona, Part 2

russg

Phoenix, US
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russg Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Nov 2007
Mon 12-Nov-12 08:36 PM

D300
Nikon 16-85 VR @ 22mm
f16
ISO 200
4 exposures, 1 stop apart, merged in Photomatix Pro

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D300
Nikon 16-85 VR @ 25mm
f5.6
1/30 second
ISO 200

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D300
Nikon 16-85 VR @ 25mm
f16
ISO 200
4 exposures, 1 stop apart, merged in Photomatix Pro

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mjhach

Simcoe, CA
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#1. "RE: Fossil Creek, Arizona, Part 2" | In response to Reply # 0

mjhach Gold Member Nikonian since 17th Dec 2010
Tue 13-Nov-12 09:28 PM

Tell me, how do you merge moving water?? I have Photomatix. Do you assign one of the images to prevent ghosting?

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russg

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#2. "RE: Fossil Creek, Arizona, Part 2" | In response to Reply # 1

russg Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Nov 2007
Tue 13-Nov-12 10:03 PM

Very simple. When the Preprocessing Options dialog box comes up, check remove ghosts. From there, you can have the program automatically choose which exposure it uses for moving objects, or you can selectively choose yourself. This same feature is what you would use for other animate objects such as people, animals or flora blowing in the wind. This applies to version 4.2, but this feature has been implemented in prior versions with slightly different labeling and functionality.

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mjhach

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#3. "RE: Fossil Creek, Arizona, Part 2" | In response to Reply # 2

mjhach Gold Member Nikonian since 17th Dec 2010
Tue 13-Nov-12 10:06 PM

OK Thanks. I recall that part of the dialogue now.

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