A&P Stumptown USA

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  1. saebryan

    saebryan New Member

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    Here is a shot from the Eastbank of the Willamette River I took last night. C&C please :wavey:

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  2. Hua

    Hua AZN photographer crew

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    I would like it if the buildings were exposed more and not so dark. then merge the two images together. Expose for sky, then the buildings.
     
  3. saebryan

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    Noted . . Do you know of any good HDR programs for Mac. the CS2 conversion is not that great.
     
  4. Changed

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    looks good.

    with HDR, would look great
     
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    I gave it a quick try. Hope you don't mind.
     
  7. saebryan

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    That looks nice. I do like the detail exposed in the buildings. One of the troubles I have seen with HDR is making the image too fake. This doesnt do that at all, nice work.

    edit: what all did u do there to brighten the cityscape?
     
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    Image>Adjustments>Shadow/Highlight.

    It was new in CS1. It still amazes me at what it does with a click and a few sliders.
     
  9. IntheWorks

    IntheWorks windin film.. takin pics Moderator

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    do it manually with layers... screw letting some program pick and choose what should look right for you.
     

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