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Hey, I was just wondering if anyone here has tried making HDR pictures? If you have, post them here.

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I though I remembered seeing this post,so while trying out some new gear in the backyard for a gig this weekend I shot a triple to convert to HDR. This was just a quickie +2,0,-2 exposure. The wind was blowing the tree limbs around and it was awful dark-less than ideal conditions,but this gives you an idea of tonal range.

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I really had a thing for HDR images a while back, but I never did a sunset. I wish I had, that's beautiful. An easy way to get those stark shadows on the trees too.

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I've dabbled just a wee bit with HDR but nothing worth posting as yet,, I'm still a work in progress,, lol

I like this image that's posted,, wow it really is good!

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I've dabbled a bit in HDR. A few from a couple of months ago in San Francisco.

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Those are awesome Dan!

I think cityscapes is where HDR really shines. It brings out all the millions of shadows around the buildings.

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I haven't played with this very much. If that's what can be accomplished, I'm gonna have to start!

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