My first try on HDR


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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?
 

rgy1993

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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 ;)
 

VertigoX

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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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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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