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Post by Xrider on 2009-01-22, 20:41

Im still trying to learn this process, please comment on any photo I add to this folder, I use photomatix, right now Im using a single picture with two curves adjustments, I then convert to HDR, open both the orginal and the hdr version in cs2, I drag the orginal over the hdr and mask in the areas I want to stand out, apply a light Lucis layer again masking the areas I want to stand out. This photo was taken for a urban decay photo theme at Splitting Pixels. Im still trying to sort out my style in this format but Im leaning towards this look so far. Any ideas for improvement.....

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Re: Xrider's HDR

Post by Xrider on 2009-01-23, 00:37

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Post by Xrider on 2009-01-23, 11:36

I posted the orginal as well, I wanted to add some snow fall so used a brush in cs2 for that.
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Post by amyandmark3 on 2009-01-24, 08:06

Nice work on all of your photos, I like your processing style Smile

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Post by SpiffyPix on 2009-01-24, 18:21

I love the added snow! Fantastic effect.

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Post by Xrider on 2009-01-24, 23:00

thank you Spiffy and mark for your comments, all these have been taken using one image, although now I have learned have to use my auto bracket in my camera it will give me 3 shots to work with, when the weather breaks hopefully I will be able to produce some real HDR's.
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Post by amyandmark3 on 2009-01-25, 11:52

Same here Xrider, need the weather to break to do some true HDR's. I've also been doing the 1 exposure thing for now. I see we're just a couple of hours apart, so I'm sure both of us will be needing to brave some cold weather to get outdoors pics any time soon! lol
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Post by Xrider on 2009-01-25, 16:41

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Post by Xrider on 2009-01-27, 22:33

once again this is not a true hdr made from a single jpeg somewhere in Montana.

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