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  1. #10501
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Thanks DPR, Chris and ANP

    At this size the misalignment is not that visible. You could try to allign the images with a panorama program that can export each image seperately, for instance PTGui.
    Here's my picture of the day, another HDR:

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    Amazing capture. Simply amazing. Lovey the colours, the mist and the composition.

    As for your comment on using PTGUI, how do you align photos then import them into photomatix?

    Quote Originally Posted by craigyc View Post
    Another one of Edinburgh Castle, I much prefer this one to the HDR one I posted earlier in the thread.

    This is really nice but to me looks a touch oversharpened? love the colours and composition.

    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    Having too much fun with my extension tubes.
    Flower about the size of US nickel.


    Thats awesome detail and subject

    Mine for today:



    It hammered it down after I took that photo...remember, the D80 is NOT weather proof
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  2. #10502
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    Quote Originally Posted by photowerkz View Post
    Shot this last night, but wasn't done editing it untill today so I'm sneaking it inn as a picture from today

    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Here's another HDR:

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    Fantastic shots. Love the HDR Prospero. Do you ever have any problems with ghosting when there are trees in the shot? I do...how do you get round it?

    That susnet is simply awesome photowerkz....thanks for sharing. That image actually calmed me down!
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  3. #10503
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    Nice Rawpaw. It's a whole new world opened up for you isn't it.
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  4. #10504
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    Great shot Phil, I love the sky.
    Rich, very nice macro. The DOF is great.

    Amazing capture. Simply amazing. Lovey the colours, the mist and the composition.

    As for your comment on using PTGUI, how do you align photos then import them into photomatix?
    Thanks Phil. PTGUI allows you to export the images a HDR is made of seperately, without any blending applied. You can simply load these into Photomatix. If you want to use detail enhancement you have to be sure the images do not have the black bits (the parts at the edge of the frame that are not covered by all the images). If you do have these parts, it will confuse the detail enhancement algortithm.
    The allignment will be better than Photomatix is capable of, but you may get distortion due to the way PTGUI allings images. Especially at 10mm, PTGUI sometimes fails to keep lines straight (even though rectaliniear projection has been chosen). The tripod works best.

    Fantastic shots. Love the HDR Prospero. Do you ever have any problems with ghosting when there are trees in the shot? I do...how do you get round it?
    On windy days I do get ghosting. The day I shot these was rather calm. If I get ghosting I often decide not to use the bright image. I then create the bright image with Capture NX. It's a bit more noisy, but noise is always easier to remove than ghosting.

    Here's another picture. This one is a blend of two images two f-stops apart. I edited both until they looked almost the same (except that one had more sky detail and the other less noise on the land). After that, it was very easy to blend in photoshop.

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    // Nikkor 70-300 f/4-5.6 VR // Nikkor 50 mm f/1.8
    // Sigma 17-70 f/2.8-4.5 ...// Nikon SB-600
    // Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6......// Nikon Series E 135 mm f/2.8
    // Kiron 105 f/2.8 Macro....// Manfrotto 190XPROB + 488RC4
    // Nikkor 35 f/1.8..........// Sigma 500 mm f/8

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  5. #10505
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Great shot Phil, I love the sky.
    Rich, very nice macro. The DOF is great.



    Thanks Phil. PTGUI allows you to export the images a HDR is made of seperately, without any blending applied. You can simply load these into Photomatix. If you want to use detail enhancement you have to be sure the images do not have the black bits (the parts at the edge of the frame that are not covered by all the images). If you do have these parts, it will confuse the detail enhancement algortithm.
    The allignment will be better than Photomatix is capable of, but you may get distortion due to the way PTGUI allings images. Especially at 10mm, PTGUI sometimes fails to keep lines straight (even though rectaliniear projection has been chosen). The tripod works best.



    On windy days I do get ghosting. The day I shot these was rather calm. If I get ghosting I often decide not to use the bright image. I then create the bright image with Capture NX. It's a bit more noisy, but noise is always easier to remove than ghosting.

    Here's another picture. This one is a blend of two images two f-stops apart. I edited both until they looked almost the same (except that one had more sky detail and the other less noise on the land). After that, it was very easy to blend in photoshop.

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    Interesting.

    I never use photomatix anymore. always use corel photoshop...will have to look into it to see if it works for that too...

    not using the bright image is a good idea...(as that will always have the longer shutter speed and hence the longest time since the other two shots were taken).

    thanks!!
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  6. #10506
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    I can see a bug off happening around here soon.
    Not if I have to go up against the master, Sir Rooz
    Quote Originally Posted by herc182 View Post

    Thats awesome detail and subject
    Thanks, the 70-200vr works great with the extension tubes

    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Nice Rawpaw. It's a whole new world opened up for you isn't it.
    It is fun, and you have to look at things completely different.

    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Rich, very nice macro. The DOF is great.
    Thanks, that is always my difficulty with the tubes, trying to figure how to gain more DOF
    - Rich

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  7. #10507
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    I've did one wedding a year ago and I finally posted some of it on flickr. This was my favorite of the day.

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    Heres an HDR from the other night...


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    I'm back!

    I hadn't uploaded any photos until now because I lost my battery charger cord, but now I've got a replacement working. Recently my brother found it, and he'll mail it soon.

    Anyways a dragonfly flew by our pond today, and I got a few good shots:



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    self portrait.

    call me dylan.

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