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    Hmmmm

    Last edited by sinlg; 3rd May 2005 at 09:49 PM.

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    Very nice - got 'Post card 'standard - welldone
    cheers

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    hello sinlg these photos really gives me an artistic look don't look like a photograph but something like "drawing". Nice effects..
    So how you do that, care to share with everyone here?
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    The photos were taken with autobracketing. Hence 3 photos were taken at once (consequtively)

    Then they were "combined" in photoshop using "blending techniques"... after that, the picture is either "equalized" or have it's saturation/hue emphasized.

    Wah lah!

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    This one was taken with fairly low light, so it appears the pic has no color ...

    The buildings look so metalic
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinlg


    This one was taken with fairly low light, so it appears the pic has no color ...

    The buildings look so metalic
    Very groovy picture.

    I'd try to limit the over-haloing like in your second picture though.

    You should definitely keep up your investigations of this way of working.

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    The Halo-ing is a side effect of not being able to align the 3 pictures together (since i did not take the 3 pics autobracketing with a tripot)

    So since alginment is out a little, the halo-ing effect appears.

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    I like it, totally gives a different feel to Raffles Hotel.

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    THE ERRIE FEEL? hee.. like the MATRIX like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinlg
    Hmmmm


    I love this pic. Very artistic! Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinlg
    The Halo-ing is a side effect of not being able to align the 3 pictures together (since i did not take the 3 pics autobracketing with a tripot)

    So since alginment is out a little, the halo-ing effect appears.
    Use a tripod

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyberkid
    Wht is HDR?
    High Dynamic Range?

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    hmmmm nice pictures.. but not really usable as HDR are they?

    I'd call them RAP - Really Artistic Photos

    the halo around the buildings... shouldn't appear... just my humble opinion, but perhaps u didn't tweak it enuff... and the 1st pic is so saturated that highlights are blown colour wise..

    since u hand held it, the buildings may be displaced each photo u take, so you shouldn't force it. shld match the buildings manually so that they overlap perfectly, then crop what's needed, then do your blending...

    heh but the photos looks nice in their own right... i like the hotel one.. v nice

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