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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    its possible to do HDR without tripod..
    just shoot 1 raw image..go back and pp a +1stop and a +2stop..then combine the 3pics together for HDR..
    uh just convert your RAW to a radiance file also can.....

    Go to File Conversion options in photomatix..

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    its possible to do HDR without tripod..
    just shoot 1 raw image..go back and pp a +1stop and a +2stop..then combine the 3pics together for HDR..
    Eh? Not -1stop and +1stop?

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    If I am not wrong, even if the photos are slightly off, photoshop would crop and complile the photos automatically. As long as the difference is not too big, i think photoshop can handle it

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    Quote Originally Posted by doom102938 View Post
    If I am not wrong, even if the photos are slightly off, photoshop would crop and complile the photos automatically. As long as the difference is not too big, i think photoshop can handle it
    Unfortunately, Photoshop's HDR plug-in is not very effective at conversions. Photomatix seems to work the best for me, at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Eh? Not -1stop and +1stop?
    Depends on where TS expose for..i base on his first pic, to maintain the exposure for sky..

    Quote Originally Posted by calebk View Post
    Unfortunately, Photoshop's HDR plug-in is not very effective at conversions. Photomatix seems to work the best for me, at the moment.
    Yeah! Still prefer Photomatix over Photoshop for HDR..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega View Post
    in principal yes, but there are many various ways to overcome that.
    i will go take a photo and show you the difference about the time of day thing that i mentioned
    ok had better light today

    this image taken in the morning around 8:30 am


    and this taken in the afternoon around 1:00 pm

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