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Old 12-21-2010, 08:59 AM
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Model T in HDR

This is an old car that I saw while on a trip to Alaska, was just sitting in a field. I know the color HDR isn't very realistic but the "glow it has is pretty cool. What do you all think? I will be buying the Photomatix software over the holidays for sure!
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Old 12-22-2010, 07:07 PM
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Re: Model T in HDR

I like these HDR images sooo much, but I need to be realistic and accept the fact that I'll probably never understand the process completely nor attain the varied exposures necessary. So, with that said, here's my faux HDR version:
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Old 12-23-2010, 06:50 AM
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Re: Model T in HDR

Hey Veronica, thank you for replying to my post. I agree with you and will probably never understand all the steps to get those killer HDR images you see but I sure will have fun trying! For this one I had a single image then changed the exposure in Aperture until I ended up with 15 different images (probably overkill) and the above are what I ended up with. I spent two weeks touring around PA last year it was beautiful! Again thanks for the reply!
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Old 04-28-2011, 12:40 AM
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Re: Model T in HDR

That's a Model A 2 door sedan
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Old 04-28-2011, 04:25 AM
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Re: Model T in HDR

nice car ( whichever it is )

thought i would share a bit of knowledge that i have learnt ( i too do not understand it all but know what i like )

there are two ways to process a single image in photomatix that i know of

1. copy your image to get the desired amount ( i tend to use 3) open photomatix and press generate hdr image, browse to your copy's and select , press ok, it will tell you to pick the exposure value ( again i tend to use 2) press ok then ok again,
then you click on tone mapping and mess around
I then tend to go into photoshop and mess around there

2. change the mode of your single image to 16 bit and save as a tiff, then open in photomatix and go to tone mapping and mess around there ( again i take it back to photoshop)

i have included two images done this way

and here is a link you might find useful ( and inspirational) http://captainkimo.com/tone-mapping-...l-hdr-software with a discount voucher

hope this is helpful

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Old 07-21-2011, 10:48 PM
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Re: Model T in HDR

I think that's actually a Ford A not a T model
Sorry... can't help me, had to say it

I found these pictures of old rusted machines work perfect for HDR. Don't know why.
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Old 07-22-2011, 12:29 AM
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Re: Model T in HDR

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I like these HDR images sooo much, but I need to be realistic and accept the fact that I'll probably never understand the process completely nor attain the varied exposures necessary. So, with that said, here's my faux HDR version:

Hi Veralisa: You can create the different exposures in ACR as TIF files,
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Old 07-22-2011, 02:05 PM
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Re: Model T in HDR

Nice shot.... Here is my go..
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