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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #600 on: March 16, 2014, 03:17:19 AM »
These are single image HDRs, (or as another forum member told me: Lies! Not HDR!


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Very nice ... especially the female surfer one, that kind of an image always excites me. ;D
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Re: Post your HDR images:
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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #601 on: March 16, 2014, 03:43:55 AM »
Yes, very nice to me, too. May I ask one question. What does "single image HDR" exactly mean? Is it processed in some different way?

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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #602 on: March 16, 2014, 04:16:10 AM »
Yes, very nice to me, too. May I ask one question. What does "single image HDR" exactly mean? Is it processed in some different way?

It means to use a single image to process in order to achieve that shot, instead of using multiple shots. For example, the surfer picture would be impossible to achieve in three different exposures and shots. What he did is raising the shadows while still maintaining the high exposure areas. There's also tweaks with some of the buttons (depending on the shots, which might include contrast and clarity, giving a boost and punch to the picture), in order to achieve the same effect as retaining all dynamic range within the picture. The weakness would be that this is dependant on the dynamic range of the camera, while the strength is that it's usually sharp and less variations introduced.

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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #603 on: March 16, 2014, 05:56:45 AM »
Yes, very nice to me, too. May I ask one question. What does "single image HDR" exactly mean? Is it processed in some different way?

It means to use a single image to process in order to achieve that shot, instead of using multiple shots. For example, the surfer picture would be impossible to achieve in three different exposures and shots. What he did is raising the shadows while still maintaining the high exposure areas. There's also tweaks with some of the buttons (depending on the shots, which might include contrast and clarity, giving a boost and punch to the picture), in order to achieve the same effect as retaining all dynamic range within the picture. The weakness would be that this is dependant on the dynamic range of the camera, while the strength is that it's usually sharp and less variations introduced.

Actually I knew that it means to process a single shot instead of multiple shots. I just thought that the dynamic range of a single shot depends on a camera and you can't achieve more then that.

Perhaps this term means that someone use ETTR technique and then, during processing get better results compared to normal exposure.

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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #604 on: March 18, 2014, 12:04:51 PM »
Iconic Snake River Overlook in Grand Teton National Park taken June of 2013.  5DII, 24-105L IS, f/22, 100 iso, PS6 HDR

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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #605 on: March 20, 2014, 12:03:09 AM »
Yes, very nice to me, too. May I ask one question. What does "single image HDR" exactly mean? Is it processed in some different way?

It means to use a single image to process in order to achieve that shot, instead of using multiple shots. For example, the surfer picture would be impossible to achieve in three different exposures and shots. What he did is raising the shadows while still maintaining the high exposure areas. There's also tweaks with some of the buttons (depending on the shots, which might include contrast and clarity, giving a boost and punch to the picture), in order to achieve the same effect as retaining all dynamic range within the picture. The weakness would be that this is dependant on the dynamic range of the camera, while the strength is that it's usually sharp and less variations introduced.

Actually I knew that it means to process a single shot instead of multiple shots. I just thought that the dynamic range of a single shot depends on a camera and you can't achieve more then that.

Perhaps this term means that someone use ETTR technique and then, during processing get better results compared to normal exposure.

Well, one thing that gives and HDR it's look is tone-mapping.  Or local contrast.  There are different ways to achieve it with a single image, but my preference is Photo Matrix Pro HDR Software.  I just love the results and find it really easy to work with.  So technically the Single image HDR does not have greater Dynamic Range, just greater contrast, but the result can be very nice.

One thing I like to do it process a photo normally with Photoshop, and Also with Photo Matrix Pro.  Then I layer them and adjust the transparency of the top layer to achieve a blend I like. 

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Re: Post your HDR images:
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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #608 on: April 19, 2014, 11:43:15 AM »
Very nice first post. Welcome to CR  :)

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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #609 on: April 21, 2014, 06:23:29 AM »
A few HDR shots done in some spare time
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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #610 on: April 21, 2014, 10:17:35 PM »
Very nice first post. Welcome to CR  :)

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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #611 on: April 29, 2014, 03:34:45 AM »
Last weekend I visited this abandoned doctors office.







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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #612 on: April 29, 2014, 03:38:21 AM »
I was really impressed to see this SATCOM in person.







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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #613 on: May 20, 2014, 08:09:59 PM »
My first try at HDR.  :)
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Re: Post your HDR images:
« Reply #614 on: June 03, 2014, 08:53:26 AM »
A HDR from Rome. :)


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Re: Post your HDR images:
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