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  1. #1311
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    ESP-did you have a slow shutter speed on that shot to get the water "mist like"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Great shots everyone !!

    Here are two HDR's of yesterdays sunset. They were made with two exposures, four stops apart. Due to the amount of light, I had to take long exposures, lasting several seconds. This is why there is such a big gap between the two exposures used. That way, on only one picture the clouds were visible and therefore there is no ghosting near the edges of the clouds.
    I created two exposures from each rawfile, so that I had 4 jpeg files all two f-stops apart. I blended them with Photomatix and did a lot of processing in Capture NX afterwards. Hope you like it:
    Awesome work Prospero!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdub202 View Post
    ESP-did you have a slow shutter speed on that shot to get the water "mist like"?
    I slowed down the shutter speed pertty slow and then timed it to open right as the wave started coming in. I ended up getting wet a few times trying to get a little too close but I ended up with some fun shots. I have a bunch more on flickr.
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    The Hollywood sign from Griffith Observatory.
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    Yasterday, sadly i forgor ISO400 on so had to do some noise reduction.

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    That's a very nice shot Aldor. I think you have some dust spots in there though. Also, I don't think you should need noise reduction at just ISO 400.
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    Yea i see the dust spots aswell, no photoshop atm to fix it with tho . As for the noise reduction it looked pretty bad before i did it, didn't apply much tho.
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    1st sunset shot from my new H50...

    Corpus Christi Bay from the USS Lexington flight deck...



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  10. #1320
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    Another sunset

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