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Japanese Tea House in HDR
Posted By: xs400, 03-21-2008, 11:14 AM

I got these yesterday at the Japanese Garden in a local park. Taken with K100D and F 35-70mm. HDR with Photomatix Basic.




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very nice colours frank! i like how you use the HDR to enhance the colours rather than to make an unnatural effect

can you also put up a 0 EV photo just to compare the difference?
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Nice, is that the one in Golden Gate Park? Looks different (smaller and not surrounded with tourists).
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Nice HDR! That's the kind of HDR I would love to learn! Not the surreal kind... TFS!

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Newbie question. What is HDR? Pics are lovely
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QuoteOriginally posted by k100d Quote
very nice colours frank! i like how you use the HDR to enhance the colours rather than to make an unnatural effect

can you also put up a 0 EV photo just to compare the difference?
Here's the 0 EV photo for one of the shots. To me, the colors are definately not as nice as the HDR.

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Nice, is that the one in Golden Gate Park? Looks different (smaller and not surrounded with tourists).
These 2 shots were taken at the Japanese Garden in San Mateo, about 25 miles south of San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.

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Newbie question. What is HDR? Pics are lovely
Check this out. > High dynamic range imaging - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For my HDR, I use the freeware program Photomatix Basic found here > HDR photo software & plugin - Tone Mapping, Exposure Blending & HDR Imaging for photography
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Great images Frank. Nice punch to the colours.

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Frank, you have achieved digitally what the mind's eye remembers. I would like to learn to use HDR the same way. Great work!!
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