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    Default Some more HDR

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    you're really damn good at this HDR... love it, love the colors, love the shot and love the details. How did you do this? Did you took multiple exposures and combine them or just 1 photo and adjust the exposure?




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    You do need 3 different images to make an HDR....

    Less Exposure, Normal, More Exposure....,.....

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    can we use it as a stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by +s9.KroniiK View Post
    You do need 3 different images to make an HDR....

    Less Exposure, Normal, More Exposure....,.....

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    thats what i said lol...thats 3 different photo....1 photo with -2 stop the normal and th +2 stop...LOL




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    Quote Originally Posted by edwinpabito View Post
    you're really damn good at this HDR... love it, love the colors, love the shot and love the details. How did you do this? Did you took multiple exposures and combine them or just 1 photo and adjust the exposure?
    yep just like that. Put those 3 photo's into photomatix and it'll create an HDR image for you. Then play around with the sliders to get the perfect look. The underexposed photo gives you the details in the light areas, the overexposed gives the details in the dark areas and the normaily exposed image does it for the areas that are inbetween those two.

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    If you want so, you can use it as stock




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    Quote Originally Posted by +s9.KroniiK View Post
    You do need 3 different images to make an HDR....

    Less Exposure, Normal, More Exposure....,.....

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    You can do with 2 or 5 as well


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    Awesome shot man. I just wish I could lay down in that grass.


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