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GammyKnee

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Jan 24, 2013
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This is a HDR-pano I took a ccouple of days ago on Beinn Glas on the way up Ben Lawers. I used LR's HDR facility to take the original 15 shots down to 5 hdr frames, then stitched them in Autopano, then back into LR for final tweaks. Lens flare courtesy of the EF 24-105.

Sunrise on Beinn Ghlas by Paul Roberts, on Flickr
 

Sporgon

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GammyKnee said:
This is a HDR-pano I took a ccouple of days ago on Beinn Glas on the way up Ben Lawers. I used LR's HDR facility to take the original 15 shots down to 5 hdr frames, then stitched them in Autopano, then back into LR for final tweaks. Lens flare courtesy of the EF 24-105.

Sunrise on Beinn Ghlas by Paul Roberts, on Flickr
I don't mind flare in a picture like this at all. Adds to it IMO.
 

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Vern said:
Matterhorn from Stillesee: HDR pano, 24-70 2.8 II, 42mm, f8, 5DSR, ISO 100, polarizer.

My first trip with the 5DSR - loved this camera for landscape.
Lovely shot, Vern. 8)
 

Viggo

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Dec 13, 2010
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Hi guys and gals!

I'm using Photomatix for hdr and then import the TIFF to Lr for final adjustments.

Just wanted to ask if I'm on the right path to getting natural looking hdr that's only meant to represent the reality, and not to be used as an effect.

The picture is just a snap I took simply because it was WAY beyond the camera's range and hdr was the only way I could get a balanced image. Nothing is added or taken away. Three exposures.

 

Sabaki

EOS 6D MK II
Dec 4, 2012
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Cape Town, South Africa
Viggo said:
Hi guys and gals!

I'm using Photomatix for hdr and then import the TIFF to Lr for final adjustments.

Just wanted to ask if I'm on the right path to getting natural looking hdr that's only meant to represent the reality, and not to be used as an effect.

The picture is just a snap I took simply because it was WAY beyond the camera's range and hdr was the only way I could get a balanced image. Nothing is added or taken away. Three exposures.

Well on your way Viggo!

Nothing about this image can identify it as a HDR image. Looks like a single exposure to me
 

Viggo

EOS 5D SR
Dec 13, 2010
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Sabaki said:
Viggo said:
Hi guys and gals!

I'm using Photomatix for hdr and then import the TIFF to Lr for final adjustments.

Just wanted to ask if I'm on the right path to getting natural looking hdr that's only meant to represent the reality, and not to be used as an effect.

The picture is just a snap I took simply because it was WAY beyond the camera's range and hdr was the only way I could get a balanced image. Nothing is added or taken away. Three exposures.
Well on your way Viggo!

Nothing about this image can identify it as a HDR image. Looks like a single exposure to me
Great! Thanks :D
 

bwud

EOS RP
Sep 3, 2014
305
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Not sure I like this one. I was hoping for the water to reflect the sky color but I couldn't position myself for that (nor could I move the sunrise :p). Comments are welcome.
 

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Re: A very gentle use of HDR

drmikeinpdx said:
Starvation Creek, in the Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, USA. Taken yesterday, cloudy day, two exposures 1 2/3 stops apart and combined in Photomatix Pro.
5D3, ISO 200, 24-105 L @ F/16
Lovely shot. :)