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alfredlau

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How do you actually do HDR?

I've googled, but couldn't really find something. :dunno:
 

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high dynamic range photography? <-- googling it should turn up something

you use programs like photomatix or adobe photoshop to combine the various shots of different exposures
 

Ashleyj

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How do you actually do HDR?

I've googled, but couldn't really find something. :dunno:
You have to have at least three bracketed shots in the form of 1 underexposed - metered exposure - 1 overexposed (actual stop variation is up to you). You then merge these three files using the Photoshop HDR plug-in (CS2 minimum).

I have tried it once and the result was quite good and should give you a final image that has detail in both the highlights and shadows.
 

ziploc

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There were already lots of discussions on hdr here before. DO a forum search with "hdr*" and you'll find.
 

inckurei

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here are some of my pics that are done using the HDR technique.
i used photomatix to generate the HDR image. and photoshop cs2 to do the post processing





the original and bigger version can be found here
 

niki

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hello,

how much did u guys pay for the photomatix program? i still using the freeware
 

hohoho32

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Hey Bro,

When you do buy the photomatrix prog, check out this hdr tutorial:

http://www.vanilladays.com/hdr-guide

The guy's works are quite good, and he clears up some concepts quite well.

Hope it helps.

Oh yea, just google for something like "HDR techniques" and you'll get a ton of pages on it.


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