B&W HDR

ahuyevshi

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End of the tracks

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Reflections


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Deserted street


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My favorite... I know it's a little over done, but I love the dramatic clouds on a grey day...


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bebrox

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Ben Cruachan near Oban

I took a trip to Oban in Argyll on saturday and decided to put my G1 on a tripod and take 7 shots using auto-bracketing. I used the 14-45mm and really appreciated the articulating LCD screen which helped me look down into the frame, I have cropped the image to take away the dominance of the foreground;
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thearne3

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Guys-

Thanks for starting this thread!

What are you using for processing HDR? I've never tried it, but your shots are rekindling the interest. I'm on a Mac using Aperture 3. Any free/low cost software you recommend?
 

ahuyevshi

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Photomatrix is the one I'm using... Not sure what is out there that is free... I haven't used Aperture in a long time so not sure what it's capabilities are...
 
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