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04-13-2012, 03:08 PM - 1 Like   #1
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Post your HDR photos here.

It was brought to my attention that there is no HDR dedicated thread. Well now there is.



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How about a couple of recent ones from me?

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Stunning shots so far and an excellent idea I don't do it very often but I plan to - here's a few of mine.





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360 pano.
Forget how many photos in the width but dpeth is 5 photos.

larger version so you can see the other pentaxian shooters.
http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2011/292/f/7/loonse__en_drunense_duinen_5_...vh-d4dbd39.jpg

this one is 3 wide and 3 in the depth.


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I'm not very good at this...








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Nice shots Dave, but I have always enjoyed your work!

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K-x generated stuff - don't have a huge amount since I strayed from HDRing a good bit once I acquired a DSLR.



















Pre-Kx stuff, all shot with a hacked Canon Powershot A470 using CHDK to allow me to bracket stuff.



















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A few different ones:







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A recent one from inside the National Shrine:

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Quite often use it for mono.








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QuoteOriginally posted by mark lj Quote
Quite often use it for mono.








These ARE GREAT!!!!

Thanks for sharing.

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QuoteOriginally posted by cmohr Quote
These ARE GREAT!!!!

Thanks for sharing.

cmohr

This is making me wonder if I can combine HDR and the pseudo-infrared monotone setting on my K-x, and if I can if the results would actually work.

edit: See? Thread is already educations. I just learned that your RAW file will still carry all the color data in it, making shooting in monotone pointless unless theres a workaround or I can figure how to ape the ir setting manually. :P

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Haven't done any HDR for a while, but I dug up some older ones:





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Went in and tried the mill shot I posted elsewhere in black and white, using the infrared setting in LR and imported into Photomatix. I I'm not sure which version I like more. The black and white certainly has a bit more of an impact of sorts, at least to me, even with the loss of all the glorious gold from the setting sun.





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