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HDR Water Photography (29 pics)

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  • 29 Apr, 2011  |
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№1 Author: noxusrules (29 Apr 2011 01:41) Total user comments: 1052


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Water is such a wonderful element 05
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№2 Author: anon (29 Apr 2011 02:27) Total user comments: 22


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i dont want to burst your bubble (pun intended/bad joke) but this is not true HDR. to achieve a true high dynamic range photo, 3 still pictures have to be taken. one picture has to be over-exposed by 2pts, the second should be perfectly exposed, and the third picture has to be under-exposed by 2pts. use the 'merge into HDR' tool in photoshop and BAM! you have a true HDR image. there are also many other tone mapping applications, but i prefer photoshop when i edit my photos.

Very nice pictures though! i highly enjoyed them!
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№3 Author: raymond.wendt (29 Apr 2011 02:31) Total user comments: 9115


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noxusrules,
I'd have to agree. Great shots!
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№4 Author: capt.huffnpuff (29 Apr 2011 03:38) Total user comments: 2803


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anon, you take all the fun out of life. Who wants to sit at a computer all day photoshopping?
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№5 Author: anon (29 Apr 2011 08:03) Total user comments: 22


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capt.huffnpuff,

hey buddy, i enjoy working with photoshop when i edit pictures that i take. it makes me happy, AND i make money off of it. your not me, so why bother saying anything?
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№6 Author: Sativa (29 Apr 2011 09:20) Total user comments: 263


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you're.
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№7 Author: Lord Dodo (29 Apr 2011 10:50) Total user comments: 2064


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Beautiful pics, HDR or not 04
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№8 Author: thesoulshaker (29 Apr 2011 13:36) Total user comments: 1384


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№9 Author: salsapopo (29 Apr 2011 14:10) Total user comments: 12723


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amazing
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№10 Author: sawo (29 Apr 2011 16:31) Total user comments: 95


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anon, This is what i thought too! But there are camers now that have automatic hdr mode which means the camera does all the work. Maybe they used these? Im not sure if they are fast enough to take such shots tho...
capt.huffnpuff - i dont think these shots hdr or not were taking with point-and-shoot camera and without any editing :)
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№11 Author: 2fuzzy (29 Apr 2011 18:27) Total user comments: 10400


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Some great shots, HDR or not.
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№12 Author: Lu (29 Apr 2011 21:12) Total user comments: 15115


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Great shots.
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№13 Author: TinklingMonkey (30 Apr 2011 01:57) Total user comments: 684


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