A new way of taking pictures...

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras, Webcams and Scanners' started by The_Other_One, May 4, 2007.

  1. kobaj

    kobaj VIP Member

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    Thats true, cutting and pasting would probably look better, but its a lot easier to just click "combine images to hdr" then to spend time cutting...I wouldnt call myself lazy, just time deprived. ;)

    If I ever need a HDR image for something, I think I will just cut and paste, but I dont think Im ever getting a job in photography. :D
     
  2. subtle

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    I don't think you need that many (5-10). From what I've noticed (for the last couple of weeks when I was playing with hdrs) 3 different exposures are enough. Or if you have really dark (bright) scene 5 shots. IMO.
     
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  3. Shiwen

    Shiwen New Member

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    I have ps cs2, but what steps do you take to join all the pictures together?
     
  4. kobaj

    kobaj VIP Member

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    File>automate>hdr

    Thats pretty much it, the rest is self explanatory.
     
  5. The_Other_One

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    Just taking random pictures as I have for the past few days... I decided to give HDR another shot. Also, this was one of the first times I tried shooting some pictures without the stabilizer on... I mean it was on a tripod with a remote :p Now if I could just hold the leaves still...
     
  6. subtle

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    Since I tried HDR I fall in love with it!
    I played with Kobajs picture (hope you don't mind :) ). Here is what it looks like:
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    I Photoshoped it a little as well.
     
  7. kobaj

    kobaj VIP Member

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    Thats awesome! :D
     
  8. tomb08uk

    tomb08uk New Member

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    ^Very good.
     
  9. subtle

    subtle New Member

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    Glad you like it :)
    I couldn't get rid of that sun glare. That's probably because I know how to do 4 or 5 things in Photoshop :D
     

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