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Bravozulu

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Bravozulu Registered since 04th Jun 2012
Fri 11-Oct-13 05:49 PM | edited Fri 11-Oct-13 05:49 PM by Bravozulu

Yesterday I went out shooting some urban skyline shots, and took my first stab at creating HDR Images. By the way, the Nikon User Guide doesn't mention HDR.

I should have been shooting in AP mode, so that perspective would be locked. Instead I was in SP Mode. So I won't be able to combine the exposures in Aperture.

But the shots are great. For a change, the Los Angeles skies were dotted with a few clouds. Should I used Aperture brushes to heighten the contrast in the skies? Or, should I used NIK Color Efex? (I've never used either for this purpose before).

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