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    Default My first try on HDR

    Took 3 different exposures... and using photoshop HDR tools to create HDR...

    is this consider HDR?



    can any bros advice what I have not done right?

    think the effect of HDR will be more pronounce outdoors?
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    Default Re: My first try on HDR

    stay away from just objects with HDR in my opinion... makes the pic look tacky but thats just me so feel free to disagree haha

    to create HDR you need a program like photomatix to tone map the image... i think you just put the 3 images together in photoshop so it doesnt give as much contrast beetween the colours until you've tonemapped the image in something like photomatix

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    HDR ideally should capture the highlight and shadow details. From your pic the highlights are blown. A shot with couple EV underexposed would help.

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    thanks for all the pointers... i shall experiment again until i get it right
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    With regards to HDR,

    I found my camera does have the function(multi-exposure), combine three photos into one. Is is the same as using the photoshop or any softwares as stated?

    My inquiries...

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    Try this:http://www.hdrsoft.com/gallery/index.php. you will be amazed by the beautiful HDR pictures.

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    Default Re: My first try on HDR

    Quote Originally Posted by freezy1977 View Post
    Took 3 different exposures... and using photoshop HDR tools to create HDR...

    is this consider HDR?



    can any bros advice what I have not done right?

    think the effect of HDR will be more pronounce outdoors?
    err... wats the point in having this shot in HDR? i think can do it with a single shot and it will still look the same. another point to note... your pic is blur.
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    Thanks. Will figure out how to use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VertigoX View Post
    Thanks. Will figure out how to use it.
    Do not worry, practice makes perfect my friend!

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    Yes keep trying.. My first hdr looked worst than this. hahah =)

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