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garo



Registered: December 2010
Posts: 70
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Since I knew the town square would be like a ghost town on a Holiday, I slipped on down and shot some HDR work. My typical HDR workflow is using my camera on Auto Bracket using 7 exposures 0.7eV apart (3 below metered, metered, and 3 above metered) handheld at ISO 1600 with the D700/MB10 using Continous Burst at 8fps. The images were tone-mapped in Photomatix 4.0 and later converted to B&W using Nik's Silver Efex Pro.
· Date: Sat January 1, 2011 · Views: 441 ·
Keywords: HDR, Black White, city scape
Camera Make / Model: Nikon D700
Lens Make / Focal Length: Nikon 24-70mm/2.8 @ f8.0
State / County / Area Image Taken: Arkansas
Country Image Taken
United States of America
Processing Software Applications Used
Photomatix 4.0/PSCS3/Nik Silver Efex Pro

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janper44

Registered: December 2009
Posts: 3,672
Sat January 1, 2011 8:50pm

The result of the work shows a finely detailed image of the facade of the building with the structure standing out strongly set against the relative lightness of the cloudy sky. Enlarging the image really serves to enhance the detailing and contrast.


jan bjorklund
jeen44@shaw.ca
yashica boy

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 300
Sat January 1, 2011 9:05pm

very nice I like the sky and the colour tones on the buildings
best regards


Richard G
GerryHerd

Registered: December 2010
Posts: 101
Sat January 1, 2011 9:25pm

Very sharp, & shot from a good angle.
Joannie

Registered: December 2010
Sat January 1, 2011 11:31pm

Beautiful Gary with excellent tones and exposure with your HDR work! Love the lines and details!
Diane

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 1,503
Sun January 2, 2011 12:27am

You definitely have mastered the HDR technique and thanks so much for sharing it in your notes. It looks like you have a slight lens distortion on the building as it appears to be leaning a bit. Another wonderful photographer on this site told me that it helps if you tip the camera down a bit when composing the shot. I have a much more exaggerated problem with my wide angle lens and the tipping has seemed to minimize the distortion for me.
Tony Mil

Registered: February 2009
Posts: 138
Sun January 2, 2011 12:56am

Hi Gary
Very good HDR processing
EzHighway

Registered: August 2010
Posts: 59
Sun January 2, 2011 3:08pm

I really like the details the HDR work brings out, nice processing and capture.
Helkoryo
Site Admin

Registered: November 2008
Posts: 157
Sun January 2, 2011 5:54pm

Hi Gary


HDR is something I am dying to try, interesting that this is handheld, doesnt the slightest movement stuff things up with HDR as I thought you had to overlay the images. Love the detail here and the building litterly screams out of the frame. Lovely work and nice choice for black and white too. Yes this is absolutely on my to do list to try this year.


Thank you for posting and for adding in the work flow details too.


kind regards Helen

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