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    Question Regarding HDR, is this the trick?

    Is it simply take multiple shots and combine?
    http://www.cambridgeincolour.com/tut...amic-range.htm

    Or with special camera whose sensor has RGB dynamic range each of 0~768-1?


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    Default Re: Regarding HDR, is this the trick?

    Lol. There's no such camera.. maybe in the future

    Yea, you take a few shots, all of different exposures, and merge them together. I don't like to use programs to merge for me though.. make the photos look fake sometimes.. I prefer to do it manually.

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    Default Re: Regarding HDR, is this the trick?

    Quote Originally Posted by dRebelXT View Post
    Or with special camera whose sensor has RGB dynamic range each of 0~768-1?

    You wish.. Even Fujifilm SXpro cannot have such a range hahaha. =D

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    Default Re: Regarding HDR, is this the trick?

    Graduated ND Filter. 1 shot, 1 kill, minimal post processing. Nuff said.

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    Default Re: Regarding HDR, is this the trick?

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    You wish.. Even Fujifilm SXpro cannot have such a range hahaha. =D
    S3pro can pull 4 stop difference from raw. the example shows only 3 so I guess the S3pro can do it already.
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