Bicycle in HDR


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coolin

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cool picture. im a big fan of HDR but haven't tried it myself.
 

jiewei

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i like the sky!!
 

cichlid

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Wow, nice, the bike's really pop out, wide angle lens was used, i guessed.
 

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This is very special...like the skies...maybe next time can change to a action figure or what.
Maybe Godzilla and do a HDR on it.
 

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very cool wide angle shot. i the way the bicycle pops out, but i hafta say that the slanting horizon is abit distracting. :)
 

coolin

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actually i like the tilted horizon.
with the bicycle tilting and the dramatic sky , everything seems like its gonna topple.
not sure how to explain it but it gives a certain effect that i like. hope i made sense :confused:
 

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Wow, nice, the bike's really pop out, wide angle lens was used, i guessed.
Yeap, 14mm focal length was used on the D300. :)

This is very special...like the skies...maybe next time can change to a action figure or what.
Maybe Godzilla and do a HDR on it.
I got the same feeling after looking at the photo for a while! Maybe you can try it out and share it with us. :bsmilie:

how many exposure shots were use bro ?
6 exposures. =)
 

gymak90

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It seems noisy to me. Why? Did you push up iso unnecessarily?

Take note of lens flare as well.
 

jiewei

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6 exposures shot can share use how many to how many ? i is a big fan of HDR want to learn more =D
 

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is this pungol?

wow nice picture . however i prefer no flats behind and a better bike. =P haha
Yeap, its Punggol. :bsmilie: No money for a better bike after I started photographing. :cry:

6 exposures shot can share use how many to how many ? i is a big fan of HDR want to learn more =D
I used 6 exposures with 1-stop gap in between each of them. ;)
 

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Yeap, its Punggol. :bsmilie: No money for a better bike after I started photographing. :cry:
ha. true. both hobby is really expensive. luckily i dont have to sell my bike for photography yet.

well can always pm me if u wana try this again. i got quite a decent bike. i live in the part of sengkang near pungol.
 

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ha. ok, nice sky, inevitable motion blur because of the long exposure and clouds moving yeah.
two really random questions that i hope you could shed light for me

1) why the hell did you shoot a bike?! that's so random! :D
2) what the hell is the flare at the side?!

ok otherwise, not bad! i would drop the warm orage tone. but that's also personal since i'm quite sick of seeing over warm tones around. :p
 

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ha. ok, nice sky, inevitable motion blur because of the long exposure and clouds moving yeah.
two really random questions that i hope you could shed light for me

1) why the hell did you shoot a bike?! that's so random! :D
2) what the hell is the flare at the side?!

ok otherwise, not bad! i would drop the warm orage tone. but that's also personal since i'm quite sick of seeing over warm tones around. :p
what can a guy shoot when he is on his own and riding a bike? answer: his bike. haha

this is not over warm tone, it's the orange road lights, can be warmer than this.
 

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ha. ok, nice sky, inevitable motion blur because of the long exposure and clouds moving yeah.
two really random questions that i hope you could shed light for me

1) why the hell did you shoot a bike?! that's so random! :D
2) what the hell is the flare at the side?!

ok otherwise, not bad! i would drop the warm orage tone. but that's also personal since i'm quite sick of seeing over warm tones around. :p
what can a guy shoot when he is on his own and riding a bike? answer: his bike. haha

this is not over warm tone, it's the orange road lights, can be warmer than this.
I guess IloveBeaches have just answered it for me.. :bsmilie: Thanks dude.
 

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