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  1. #1141
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    I don't get it. When I try they come out looking like a normal photo..


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    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.



  2. #1142
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    And these are stunning
    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.

  3. #1143
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    Quote Originally Posted by paul14086 View Post
    I don't get it. When I try they come out looking like a normal photo..
    Quote Originally Posted by paul14086 View Post
    And these are stunning
    It takes practice mate, show us some of yours if you like. There are various types of HDR pics. Overdone, underdone, neutral etc.

  4. #1144
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    I'll do another one later. I end up just deleting them cause there so average.
    Not sure if it's correct but I normally set iso very low, 100-200. F8 or so. Take 2 or 3 over exposed 1 correct and 2 or 3 under exposed. Then merge in photoshop. I was given a copy of cs3. So I'm learning that.
    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.

  5. #1145
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    @paul14086 You may have already seen this Free tutorial, if so, just trying to be of help... (Covers CS3)

    Learn HDR in Photoshop, Colin's HDR photography tutorial - PhotoshopCAFE

    I like it where he suggests doing tone-mapping *twice* with the same photo...

    Lots of info on the internut...

    Post your efforts...lots of great HDR'ers here will be glad to help.
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  6. #1146
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    I'm sorry but I can't see a link or anything
    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.

  7. #1147
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    While in Mason, Texas, today, unfortunately to attend a funeral, I took some bracketed shots of the Mason County Courthouse and ran them through NIK HDR Efex Pro.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails How about posting your HDR images?-810_0180_hdr.jpg  

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    How about posting your HDR images?-810_0180_hdr_dramatic.jpg  

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  8. #1148
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    dont know if this will work
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails How about posting your HDR images?-hdr.jpg  

    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.

  9. #1149
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    Quote Originally Posted by paul14086 View Post
    dont know if this will work
    Have you tried playing with the different sliders in the HDR module of PS? But that one is definitely HDR so you are on the right track.

  10. #1150
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    I have not. I'll read up on the sliders. I'm really new at photoshop. Only a few days in
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    D7200 and D3200, 18-55, 35 mm 1.8, 55-200, 55-300, tamron 90mm 2.8 and tamron 150-600.





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