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New York 02 hdr

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Image details
Image size
1680x2192px 3.43 MB
Make
OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD
Model
C3040Z
Shutter Speed
10/4000 second
Aperture
F/1.8
Focal Length
7 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
May 8, 2000, 7:01:03 PM
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herrhumi's avatar
very very nice! SUPER! Congrat!
wallybescotty's avatar
If U Have One Around This Size For A Desktop wallpaper 2048 x 1536
Very nice, good work
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shannon31791's avatar
wow this is an amazing shot! :D
greycamera's avatar
thank you! I'm glad you like it!
billabonggg's avatar
this is beautiful.you really, really got talent
greycamera's avatar
Thanks for your compliment! That is very kind of you :)
agzamoth's avatar
I've read a lot of HDR tutorials, but I've not seen such that give this sort of result, especially from a single exposure.

Really interested as to how you did this.
greycamera's avatar
First of all, let me say that your art is really very nice! I like it alot!
The hdr is pretty easy. I open a photo in photoshop cs3, convert it to 16bit and then using the photomatix tonemapping plug-in that you can download, I tonemap the image and then take the origional image (with a mask over it) and paint back in some of the origional parts to make it a bit more realistic. After that you can use a few adjustment layers for curves and saturation or whatever you like. When your done, flatten the image, change it to 8bit and save it as a jpeg. A lot of it is just messing around with everything in the tone mapping, some photos work better than others. I hope this helps. And thanks for the compliment:)
agzamoth's avatar
Thanks for the compliment and explaining my friend:)
Please check this link: [link]
greycamera's avatar
your welcome and thanks for the link. I checked it out, it looks pretty interesting. I downloaded it and I will see what it can do...
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