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rpt:

--- Quote from: @!ex on November 16, 2012, 01:35:51 AM ---HDR is best when it is used to achieve dynamic range the is IMPOSSIBLE with a single exposure, not just as an effect or detail enhancer.  Here is a shot I took a few weeks back that would literally be impossible without HDR or exposure fusion.  It is 7 AEB at 3EV per step.  Yes you heard that correctly, 18 EV spacing total.  My eyes could see it this way, but with a single exposure my camera couldn't.  HDR is as much an art as any other technique.  Use it, don't abuse it.

Everything Peels... by @!ex, on Flickr

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Lovely picture.

@!ex:

--- Quote from: whatta on November 16, 2012, 04:24:03 AM ---
--- Quote from: @!ex on November 16, 2012, 01:35:51 AM ---Here is a shot I took a few weeks back that would literally be impossible without HDR or exposure fusion.  It is 7 AEB at 3EV per step.  Yes you heard that correctly, 18 EV spacing total.

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Great picture!

We are currently at 14 EV if I am not mistaken, so maybe in few years we are there in one shot  ::)

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Sort of true, because I am at 14 EV per shot with and 18 ev range on base exposure.  It might be a bit before we get that far;)

@!ex:
Here is another shot from the same day and location as the one I posted above.  Again, try getting this exposure in a single shot.  One of the biggest improvements you can make with HDR shooting is thinking in high dynamic range before you shoot. 


End of the Road by @!ex, on Flickr

blaydese:

--- Quote from: @!ex on November 18, 2012, 02:52:49 PM ---One of the biggest improvements you can make with HDR shooting is thinking in high dynamic range before you shoot. 
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That's what I'm doing now, thinking in color.   ;)


Peace! 8)

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