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|13th March 2009, 17:24||#1054|
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I used to think you need a RAW image to do a HDR.
Can you please explain how you achieve this with JPEG? What exposures do you take usually?
|13th March 2009, 21:07||#1056|
Thanks dude, and neat click there of your Baleno. Just loved the cleanliness associated with it. Great job!
Well the process to make HDRs from jpegs is exactly the same as you would use for RAW! No difference. But yes, RAW gives much better results. I really feel the pinch when i enlarge my jpegs, they get noisy. I counter it with Noise Ninja though to get the clean look.
Ok so heres another one, I am working on a portfolio for my Automotive clicks, and just tried some Advertisement shots for the EVO X. Here's one. Its an HDR of 4 shots, and fractalius filter applied in photoshop.
|14th March 2009, 13:02||#1060|
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great shots TG! reallly great eyecandy
However shot 2 of the evo seems to be out of proportion.
Anyways, loved the first photo, it is mindblowing!
|14th March 2009, 15:10||#1061|
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Get those EVO shots up on some evo forum / wallpaper sharing site. I'm sure they will have a lot of takers.
1) Read the first page of this thread to understand its essence. Thought, composition and execution are key.
2) The huge watermark right across the picture takes away from it hugely. Is there really a need for such a large and intrusive watermark on a non-scoop pic? I can understand protecting your pics in other threads where the focus is on the cars, but in this thread where the focus is photography i don't think its ideal.
3) Why is the image so fuzzy? Heavy jpg compression or taken from a cellphone camera?
4) Take care about how you block out parts of the image. The grey/black splotch on the bikers face is a distraction, as well as a rectangule visible on the bottom right of the pic.
The F430 pic is nice. (Though note point #2 above) - and might have been more enjoyable at a higher resolution.
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|14th March 2009, 16:26||#1062|
Well thanks, as for the pic you think is out of proportion, well its a lens effect and it is how i wanted it and I really like it. Probably if you look around for a few automotive motion clicks, you will develop an eye for that kind of frontal stretched imaging to depict a sense of motion and dramatism. Infact, I would have loved a fish eye distortion for it! Well, will wait till I get my DSLR!
Thank you buddy!!! Thank god there is only one Evo here, god knows what you wold have churned out in your super creative head, especially since I am in San Francisco
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