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Great ribeiroantonio 2007-03-20 1:31

I really do prefer this HDR version over the B&W. From the excellent work you are posting I would say that you are becoming an expert in HDR. Can you give me a brief tutorial about it? Or, quote any good site with an easy tutorial? I would appreciate it very much.
It is an excellent mountain view and a very typical Alps photo. Well done.
Antonio

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Old 03-20-2007, 09:08 AM
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Default To ribeiroantonio: HDR Process

Ribeiro,
The essentials of the HDR process as I do it :

First, I create 3 pictures from one single : one overexposed (with less black parts), one underexposed (with less white parts), and one "normally" exposed. Best results are from RAW, with 1 or 2 IL steps between exposures. I normally save them as TIFF 16 bits, but it works with JPEG too.
After that, I use Photmatix (free version available on the web), two options in particular : Generate an HDR and Tone mapping.
In Tone mapping menu you have many choices to work on the final result of the picture.

Hope this helps,
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JB.
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