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    Green, Orange & Red - example photo in HDR

    Various colors of light together in one room.
    A rather complicated situation
    The color control is excellent with Zeronoise:

    Green, Orange & Red - example photo in HDR

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    Re: Green, Orange & Red

    It's also a good example of depth with a two-dimensional form. Those three panels on the right really take you in, as do the two border lines of the dark wall on the left. Interesting. Subtle.

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    Re: Green, Orange & Red

    Nice shot Francisco,

    Viewed big (thank you), it is so clean and has such depth, you could almost be there.

    Excellent,

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    Thanks folks for stopping and commenting. If you want to see it full size can do it here
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    Re: Green, Orange & Red

    Such a wonderful and colorful shot! Excellent

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    Re: Green, Orange & Red

    Question! How many exposures did you take to produce this? I'm really new at HDR Photography.

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    Are 6 pictures with a difference of approximately 1 EV between shots.
    As my camera (Nikon D90) only allows me a bracketing of 3 pictures, helped me a small notebook computer and a program to control the camera remotely.
    The program works very well Zeronoise

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    Re: Green, Orange & Red

    Really nice! I love the results. Really nice colours! And I think I've heard of that programme.

    I got into HDR photography just a couple of days ago and I was a bit disappointed to find out that my camera does not have a bracketing feature so I have to do it manually, which means I've a higher risk of moving my camera. Gah!

    Do you necessarily have to do HDR processing on Photomatix or can it be done in Photoshop CS3?

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    What you can do in Photoshop CS3, but I advise you to try tufuse:

    http://www.tawbaware.com/tufuse.htm

    is very easy to use and the results are very natural

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