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    City before sunset - HDR

    Hi!

    I was walking near river when the cloud in the background popsup. Found a good spot, took 4x3 bracket photos (EV +-1). Created HDR by each section and than glued to panorama.
    There, on the bottom left house, is the oldest wine tree in the world - 440 yrs old

    edit:
    I think i posted in wrong section... sorry

    City before sunset - HDR
    Last edited by TARI; 11th June 2009 at 02:46 PM.

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    Re: City before sunset

    love it!

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    Re: City before sunset

    Nice

    Where is this by the way?

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    Re: City before sunset

    Nice work

    Not sure what forum you posted it in originally, but it's in the right forum now

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    Re: City before sunset

    Tari, do you know whether it would make any difference if you created 3 panoramas first, then combined them in the HDR? Just curious.

    By the way, it turned out beautifully.

    Joe

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    Re: City before sunset

    Thanx for the comments

    Quote Originally Posted by Davey View Post
    Where is this by the way?
    Maribor, Slovenia

    Quote Originally Posted by joec View Post
    Tari, do you know whether it would make any difference if you created 3 panoramas first, then combined them in the HDR? Just curious.
    Teoretically there should be no difference but in this case it turned out better with HDR first and than panorama. Mybe because of a slightly darker photos in last section of the panorama. Because of a sunset lightning was changing fast. Dunno

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