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    How about posting your HDR images?

    Here's one of mine, hand held - Nikon D5000 Nikkor 18-70 DX


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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    How about posting your HDR images?
    a touch of hdr,
    How about posting your HDR images?-6036396432_c2f28d4bec_z.jpg
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    How about posting your HDR images?
    How about posting your HDR images?-hdr-tree.jpg

    HDR LED Tree
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    Wow! I really like this one! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    How about posting your HDR images?
    Well, not many seem to have HDR images. I'm trying to learn the process, and hopefully some of you have a better grasp on it than me, so I can learn from you. I love the Christmas tree above! That is the sort of creation I really enjoy.

    Here is another of mine:

    How about posting your HDR images?-bridge_0013_5_6_tonemapped.jpg

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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    Thom, Which program are you using?
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    I'm using Photomatix, and Photoshop CS5. Photomatix for the HDR part, and Photoshop for curves.
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    Would more exposures reduce the brightness on the left? I like the effect on the water and the right sky, but I would like to keep that and not have the glow to the left around the trees.

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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    not have the glow to the left around the trees.
    I found that if you reduce the white point and/or lumosity (in details enhancer) it helps with the sky glow.
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    Re: How about posting your HDR images?

    One of mine that I did on a recent forest trek.


    How about posting your HDR images?-_dsc0247and7more_tonemapped.jpg
     
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