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    Default HDR Playground

    My attempt at HDR. C&C welcome.


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    blue, noisy, slanted.
    cameras are not made of tofu

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    go easy on the saturation, the color is way too intense for it to look like a photograph.

    once again, i stress that composition is the most important part of a photograph; hdr will reveal details, but if your composition is not sound, all that happens is that you mess up the photo further.

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    HI,

    Just wondering what is your hghest exposure cos somehow the dynamic range is not there yet (aka the dark is still very dark and without details)

    Note; I'm also an amatuer on HDR so I hope my POW is still valid.

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    its a bad picture.

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    Anyone care to educate me what's HDR? I know it stands for high dynamic range, but what does it do? And can Adobe Photoshop CS2 do it?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeXy2i View Post
    Anyone care to educate me what's HDR? I know it stands for high dynamic range, but what does it do? And can Adobe Photoshop CS2 do it?
    Thanks
    try this site: http://www.hdrsoft.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by serametin View Post
    Thanks!

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    Are there any free HDR softwares that do not put a watermark on your final photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeXy2i View Post
    Are there any free HDR softwares that do not put a watermark on your final photo?
    built -in photoshop function

    if you have bought photoshop cs2 or cs3

    otherwise, as of yet i cacn't think of anything that doesn't leave a watermark.. who would do that and spoil market?

    i do remember one which looks like gibberish.. starts with q then got a lot of funny letters.. definitely cannot pronounce one.. but i can't rmeember. when i do i will post it up here.
    Last edited by night86mare; 20th April 2008 at 05:22 PM.

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    here,

    the program is qtpfsgui, free and open-source

    have fun

    some points about why it might be what you like : article
    Last edited by night86mare; 20th April 2008 at 05:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    here,

    the program is qtpfsgui, free and open-source

    have fun

    some points about why it might be what you like : article
    Thanks a lot bro, but i find it to be slow and not very user-friendly..
    I using my photoshop CS2's in built function and so far still ok... haha..

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    You can also try Photomatix. Free to try (strange that sometimes it doesn't leave a watermark). USD90+ to buy.

    I have been using it.... WaterMark % is around 50%. You have 50% chance of not getting watermark.. very strange

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeXy2i View Post
    Thanks a lot bro, but i find it to be slow and not very user-friendly..
    I using my photoshop CS2's in built function and so far still ok... haha..
    sounds exactly like open office to me

    looks like you have to compromise when using open source software

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    Quote Originally Posted by TangKF View Post
    You can also try Photomatix. Free to try (strange that sometimes it doesn't leave a watermark). USD90+ to buy.

    I have been using it.... WaterMark % is around 50%. You have 50% chance of not getting watermark.. very strange
    Haha doesnt work for me.. Or you paid USD45, thats why 50% of getting the watermark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    sounds exactly like open office to me

    looks like you have to compromise when using open source software
    Haha i am using my photoshop now.. So far still ok, but havent try outdoor shots, so cant really comment..
    Thnx for the intro anyway!

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