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Old 10-19-2008, 08:56 AM   #1
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Some new hdr photos we took

still experimenting with the artsey look high dynamic range can do to photos. heres some we took at jones beach in new york and in pennsylvania by our other home.

Picasa Web Albums - marilyn - HDR ALBUM#
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a few more from lake wallenpaupack in pa

Picasa Web Albums - marilyn - HDR FALL OCT ...#
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Nice photos! I like the effect. Were you using photoshop?
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photomatix for the effect
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Nice pics. It will be another month before we get those fall colors here in MS.
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Wow great stuff thanks!
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you've a good eye. very nice.
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Very nice, thanks for sharing. "Figure out HDR photography" just moved up a couple of spots on my stuff to learn list.
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how did you get the bracketed exposures to line up in your pictures where the subjects are moving?
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Those pictures are stunning! Thank you so much for sharing.
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how did you get the bracketed exposures to line up in your pictures where the subjects are moving?
you cant shoot anything that moves unless you shoot one well exposed picture and process it to give it a pseudo hdr look
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