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First attempt at HDR photography

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ranasrule    77

what do you guys think ???

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chrisj1968    1,417

Looks great! No halo effect that is a marker for an HDR shot.the tonality is awesome. You did well.. :)

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ranasrule    77

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Looks great! No halo effect that is a marker for an HDR shot.the tonality is awesome. You did well.. :)

thank you....btw what is "halo effect" ?

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ranasrule    77

https://fbcdn-sphoto...130832425_n.jpg

so as not hijack your thread. I'm showing one of my shots so you'll know that I'm a photographer too.

wow...thats a beautiful shot

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chrisj1968    1,417

as are yours my friend. You have a good understanding of HDR. if you don't mind me asking, how many stops between your exposures? I usually go 2 stops tops.

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ranasrule    77

lol Im just a beginner....dont know the technicalities....i took 3 different shots at different exposures and then combined them in PS....my camera is a Canon Sx-40hs

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Azies    337

I like the photos, one because they're all amazing shots, and two because they are high resolution photos of Pakistan, which is REALLY interesting. Who is the guy on the banner?

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ranasrule    77

I like the photos, one because they're all amazing shots, and two because they are high resolution photos of Pakistan, which is REALLY interesting. Who is the guy on the banner?

Thank you for the compliments....the guy on the banner is the one and only Imran Khan >>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imran_Khan

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ranasrule    77

anyone else have any feedback ?

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HawkMan    5,232

thank you....btw what is "halo effect" ?

That light area around the light buildings and the dark sky, that's the halo he talks about. Generally it's always therein HDR due to the technicality of them, but it can be minimized.

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Draconian Guppy    13,037

Well I would avoid shooting trees for HDR images, as usually when merging, you get that "haze" effect on them due to movement, i'm not saying it can't be done, i'm saying it's more difficult to shoot HDR for moving subjects than still ones.

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+Zlip792    495

So you are PTI supporter??, can't give you feedback though...

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HawkMan    5,232

Well I would avoid shooting trees for HDR images, as usually when merging, you get that "haze" effect on them due to movement, i'm not saying it can't be done, i'm saying it's more difficult to shoot HDR for moving subjects than still ones.

Most modern HDR mergings, which is technically tone mapping as the pictures themselves are not HDR, will pick objects from only one exposure when there's movement to avoid just that.

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Draconian Guppy    13,037

Most modern HDR mergings, which is technically tone mapping as the pictures themselves are not HDR, will pick objects from only one exposure when there's movement to avoid just that.

Agree, but if you look at the bushes and trees of the OPs, exactly that is happening.

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