Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by IntheWorks, Apr 28, 2006.
hand blended 3 photo's in CS
fuji velvia 100
amazing pic! I need to get my ass outside and get on this HDR thing.
Pretty cool, but I tend to enjoy harder shadows adds more atmosphere
amazing how suddenly HDR has taken off and now everyone is getting in on it, I should seriously try this.
Looks like you nailed it. Personally I think the foreground is a little too bright - kind of looks forced.
Highlights not blown out, shadows not blocking up, saturation not off the scale.
Love your work.
Did you use a bracketing feature to get the photos?
more info on HDR
very nice. You definitely didn't go overboard with it which is amazing. Could you post the 3 photos you blended?
do you push your car to work?
why take the time to manually do it when their's a feature that does it for you automatically?
its not like it takes an creative control to bracket an exposure
I don't have a 1 series, but I think its easier to just roll the wheel rather than go through the menu to get bracketing
but using auto bracketing theres less chance of the camera moving?
I didn't use the auto bracketing for this shot.. I metered one for the rocks, one for the sky, then overexposed everything to get the soft water.... I'll post up the 3 pics on monday when I get back to work... I left the CD's there
Did you have to mask the different layers? or use a plugin?
wow, a non-sarcastic reply
having the whole image being in focus and being brightly lit makes it kinda flat imo.
but I do agree it looks nice
if you have a sturdy enough tripod and a release cable you'll be just fine not using the auto bracketing.
here's the 3 photo's I used.
for the rocks
for the shadows/water
for the sky
Seeing the three originals, I have to admit the final photo looks excellent as a product.