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    good hdr tutorial

    found this tutorial, and helps me improve my hdr skills

    http://cpn.canon-europe.com/content/...photography.do
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    Re: good hdr tutorial

    Hi F-Art

    I've just had a look at this site and agree that it is a very good tutorial indeed, with helpful comments on the main HDR software. Well spotted.

    David

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    Re: good hdr tutorial

    Thank you , Helped a little . I ordered the book -- Practical HDRI . I reading the other one recomemded now . I am going to check out HDR TOOLS

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    Re: good hdr tutorial

    I just got an email saying link did not work .
    Try again it worked for me

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    Re: good hdr tutorial

    Good tutorial - Thanks
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    Re: good hdr tutorial

    Thank you for this tutorial,

    Just one question, in the tutorial I read that I shouldn't use Auto white balance (I didn't know that). What is the best way to do it? The AWB mode gives me proper results, but is there maybe a way to lock the white balance settings? I know there are pre-sets, but I find them a bit off most of the time, so I don't like using them for getting a set white balance.

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    Re: good hdr tutorial

    I start with 1/2 to 2 stops overexposed . Try taking a "normal pic . Now over expose it . Look at file size . the over exposed has a bigger file size - more info . Can't wait to get the new canon 7D - it can go 5 stops in each direction [ +5 . 0 -5 ]

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