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    HDR river photo C&C welcome

    This is a 7 shot HDR image of the river the runs through town. One of my 1st HDR attempts.
    Taken just before sunset.

    I am finding the banding in the sky to be a particularly difficult problem.

    HDR river photo C&C welcome
    Last edited by AceOfHobbes; 10th April 2013 at 05:54 PM. Reason: Corrected number of shots from 5 to 7

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    Re: HDR river photo C&C welcome

    Was this hand held? I see halos around all the buildings.also a bit dark

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    Re: HDR river photo C&C welcome

    Shot on a tripod. I can see the halos too (forgot to mention that)

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    Re: HDR river photo C&C welcome

    I like the image. Just out of curiosity; how did you get the varied exposures required for the HDR composite and what software did you use for the compositing?

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    Re: HDR river photo C&C welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcrowe View Post
    I like the image. Just out of curiosity; how did you get the varied exposures required for the HDR composite and what software did you use for the compositing?
    It's shot +3 to -3 (change shutter speed only) in 1 stop increments and processed with HDR EFex Pro

    Edit to main post: 7 shots not 5.

    This might be why I am getting the halo effect.
    Last edited by AceOfHobbes; 10th April 2013 at 05:53 PM.

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    Re: HDR river photo C&C welcome

    Did you run through Adobe Raw or Lightroom first to get reduce the noise. I usually do this along with adding a little clarity while looking for dust bunnies before running through an HDR program.

    Cheers:

    Allan

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    Re: HDR river photo C&C welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by Polar01 View Post
    Did you run through Adobe Raw or Lightroom first to get reduce the noise. I usually do this along with adding a little clarity while looking for dust bunnies before running through an HDR program.

    Cheers:

    Allan
    Will try that.

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    Re: HDR river photo C&C welcome

    Made some progress

    HDR river photo C&C welcome

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