Discussion in 'Photography' started by ShiftZZ, Aug 9, 2013.
great photo shiftzz :thumb: is it one of yours
Indeed, slight HDR using Photomatix Pro, just two pics merged..
For the novice -WHAT?
I am no expert, but simply you take 3 pics then use the high and low.
In photography, dynamic range is measured in EV differences (known as stops) between the brightest and darkest parts of the image that show detail. An increase of one EV or one stop is a doubling of the amount of light.
High-dynamic-range photographs are generally achieved by capturing multiple standard photographs, often using exposure bracketing, and then merging them into an HDR image
Brilliant! Just downloaded the software for this application. What lenses did you use on your camera ! I have the Canon EOS 60D with an 18-135 EPS lens.
Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
Canon Lens 18-200mm
Exposure 0 step
Focal length 18mm
meter module pattern
So do you set the camera to do auto bracketing by 1 stop at a time?
Not always, you can take one pic, copy it and then adjust it using Photomatix up to 4 + or 4-
Haven't got a clue what your on about,but great picture.
I only understood 1 word in ten please enlighten me as how I do it with my camera
As you can see no expense is saved on tech in this house
[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBETWrA9tps"]Secrets of Amazing HDR Photography - YouTube[/ame]
Shifty - are you the one in the glasses?
Seriously - Thanks
Its nice to learn something new
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