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    Single HDR Photo

    This is my first real try at HDR, no tripod but I still love it.


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    For what does HDR stand?
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    Wow, that's beautiful! It almost looks like a painting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen
    For what does HDR stand?
    From Wikipedia:
    High dynamic range imaging (HDR)- is a set of techniques that allows a greater dynamic range of exposures (the range of values between light and dark areas) than normal digital imaging techniques. The intention of HDR is to accurately represent the wide range of intensity levels found in real scenes ranging from direct sunlight to shadows.

    HDR was originally developed for use with purely computer-generated images. Later, methods were developed to produce a high dynamic range image from a set of photographs taken with a range of exposures.

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    It is beautiful!!
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    I looked it up, but couldn't really find anywhere describing the technique. How do you go about doing this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessika
    I looked it up, but couldn't really find anywhere describing the technique. How do you go about doing this?
    I use this thing on my camera that takes 3 photos at once in 3 different ways, one normal, one darker and one lighter, after I use photo matrix pro (free download) and upload all 3 photos which makes them into one and you can adjust the contrast, white tones ect... to make it how you want.

    Thanks everyone.

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    That is beautiful! I just love it. More please? I wonder if my camera does that?

    Look what I found in the Flickr HDR pool
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wiedman...-89888984@N00/

    I still don't understand the process, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argranade
    I use this thing on my camera that takes 3 photos at once in 3 different ways, one normal, one darker and one lighter, after I use photo matrix pro (free download) and upload all 3 photos which makes them into one and you can adjust the contrast, white tones ect... to make it how you want.

    Thanks everyone.
    So you have a feature on your camera itself that does it and you just combine them later, ok.

    So I guess my next question is do you have to have a specific type of camera to be able to do this?

    This is odd I've never heard of this before... but now I really want to look into it. I hope I'm able to with my camera But I doubt it (Canon Digital Rebel XTi)

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    It's an awesome photo !! Great job !!

    One question .. Near the upper left corner, I can faintly see the words "photo" something in the clouds .. What's that about?

    It's still awesome!

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    The feature you are referring to on your camera is called bracketing. On my D80 it is a small button that had BKT on it on the side on the camera. On my fujifilm S700 it is a symbol that looks like a camera with others beneath it. It differs from camera to camera but it is on most digital cameras.

    This is the symbol on the D80.

    It is the small button near the top on the side in the last picture.

    This is the symbol on the Fujifilm S700.

    It is the small button with the camera on it near the rear of the camera on the top.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessika
    This is odd I've never heard of this before... but now I really want to look into it. I hope I'm able to with my camera But I doubt it (Canon Digital Rebel XTi)
    I am attaching the pic of your camera where the bracketing button is placed. Photobucket is being difficult and won't upload pics again. So here is the bracketing button on your camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukedogsmom
    That is beautiful! I just love it. More please? I wonder if my camera does that?

    Look what I found in the Flickr HDR pool
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wiedman...-89888984@N00/

    I still don't understand the process, though.
    What camera do you have Val? I can search it and post a pic of where the button is located for you.

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    Well, that's one thing my camera won't do Too bad. I was looking forward to experimenting with it.

    I've got a Canon A630. From what I can tell, mine won't do it. I'm getting sleepy trying to find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukedogsmom
    Well, that's one thing my camera won't do Too bad. I was looking forward to experimenting with it.

    I've got a Canon A630. From what I can tell, mine won't do it. I'm getting sleepy trying to find it.

    Val I am sorry to say your camera doesn't have built-in bracketing. You can do it manually though.

    Here is an explaination I found on a forum on how to do it manually.
    Quote Originally Posted by JON (outside source)
    You need to do that "manually". The top left button on the back of the cam. (E.C/trash icons) activates the exposure compensation. You then use the left and right arrow buttons to change the offset up to 2 stops above or below the "normal" exposure. You need to change it to the desired offset, take the photo and reset to the next "bracket" step. P. 57 of the "Advanced" manual. E.C. isn't available in all modes.

    White Balance (p. 58, "Advanced") is on the "Func." menu. Use the various arrow keys to choose it and choose the desired white balance if AWB isn't working for you. Again, it's not available for all modes.


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