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  1. #1911
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    delobbo, this is some impressive image, as is your gallery (visited today). i see you also a musician DJ, right?

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    Delobbo I love the look of your PP. It looks HDR, but subtle. Would you be willing to share your technique?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post
    delobbo, this is some impressive image, as is your gallery (visited today). i see you also a musician DJ, right?
    hey thanks. yeah, DJ and producing music = my other passion
    Quote Originally Posted by TenD View Post
    Delobbo I love the look of your PP. It looks HDR, but subtle. Would you be willing to share your technique?
    sure - actually this one is a HDR panorama, from 6 single RAWs. I suggest taking a gander at 1960px if you haven't already. There are just a lot of details that are not seen in the smaller version. The original is 5886 x 3594. I don't mind sharing technique, if you still want to know. I used to do the "wild" HDR's regularly and then just started to get more and more subtle with it - a more practical and "real" application. I think it was an inevitable progression.
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  4. #1914
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    Quote Originally Posted by delobbo View Post
    hey thanks. yeah, DJ and producing music = my other passion

    sure - actually this one is a HDR panorama, from 6 single RAWs. I suggest taking a gander at 1960px if you haven't already. There are just a lot of details that are not seen in the smaller version. The original is 5886 x 3594. I don't mind sharing technique, if you still want to know. I used to do the "wild" HDR's regularly and then just started to get more and more subtle with it - a more practical and "real" application. I think it was an inevitable progression.
    I have photomatix and I am in the process of trying to achieve the same HDR look in my photos. I posted some earlier in this thread that have some of the light fingered HDR look.
    A good photograph is knowing where to stand.
    Ansel Adams

    Rule books are paper, they will not cushion a sudden meeting of stone and metal.
    Ernest K. Gann-Fate is the Hunter.

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    Fishin...

    I helped at a friends estate sale this weekend. Along with several hundred plugs and other lures, his dad had dozens of antique radios.
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    Well Joe living in Kalispell I expect to see a lot of great landscapes from you. I am a little jealous, you live in a wonderful area. I live a couple of mountain ranges away in Sheridan, WY.
    A good photograph is knowing where to stand.
    Ansel Adams

    Rule books are paper, they will not cushion a sudden meeting of stone and metal.
    Ernest K. Gann-Fate is the Hunter.

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    I've never really gotten excited about shooting landscapes, it seems like I see so many other nice pictures and can never duplicate them myself. I primarily do dog agility. http://dogshots.biz
    I don't have a nice, fast WA lens. I have an 18-200, but it's only 3.5-6.3
    I don't know, maybe it would be fine for landscapes.

    Quote Originally Posted by TenD View Post
    Well Joe living in Kalispell I expect to see a lot of great landscapes from you. I am a little jealous, you live in a wonderful area. I live a couple of mountain ranges away in Sheridan, WY.
    Joe
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    http://dogshots.biz

    Canon EOS 50D

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    Sigma 18-200 OS
    Canon 85mm f 1.8
    Canon 70-200 f 2.8 IS L

    Canon Speedlite 430 EX

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    I did go up hiking in Glacier park a few weeks ago. I took a bunch of pictures, I'd post them on my website, but I can't get into it right now...
    Here are a few just to give you the flavor. I think pretty much anyone could go up there with a camera and get good pictures. These are with my 40D and Sigma 18-200
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    Canon 85mm f 1.8
    Canon 70-200 f 2.8 IS L

    Canon Speedlite 430 EX

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    Quote Originally Posted by TenD View Post
    In the Alaska range near Paxon lake.

    hey TenD - I'm not exactly sure why you say you're trying to get subtle HDR... ;p This is fantastic. I read your description of what you did here and it's pretty much the same concept I use. If there's any difference, I put the strength right around where it gives the best balance of light and dark. For my shots, this is usually around 75% or so.
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    5D / 7D / 17-40 f4.0L / 24-70 f2.8L / 200 f2.8L / 50 f2.5 macro / Sigma 50 1.4 / Tamron 10-24 / Tamron 28-300 VC / 580EXII x2
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    Quote Originally Posted by delobbo View Post
    hey TenD - I'm not exactly sure why you say you're trying to get subtle HDR... ;p This is fantastic. I read your description of what you did here and it's pretty much the same concept I use. If there's any difference, I put the strength right around where it gives the best balance of light and dark. For my shots, this is usually around 75% or so.
    nice image, i would suggets darken this a little bit for drama effect

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