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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-06-2019, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
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FJR in HDR

A few samples of HDR (high dynamic range) pictures, taken this morning using Canon 50D DSLR, Canon EFS 10-22mm, Canon 70-200mm.
Post processing done in Photomatix PRO 4.0 and PhotoScape X.

Some people will like it, some will not and that's OK, HDR pictures are suppose to look "overdone and surreal", when processing in Photomatix PRO pictures can be tuned to your heart content from "mild HDR closer to regular photo look" to "very extreme HDR graphic art or painting look", I like them in the middle.
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Looks good, particularly the blue sky. Polarizer, no doubt?
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To each his own. They look fake to me, like semi-pro CGI or a bad photo chop.

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[QUOTE=Damir;1220911] Canon 50D



Nice... I shoot with a big Cannon as well but its called a Super Blackhawk .44

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Nice... I shoot with a big Cannon as well but its called a Super Blackhawk .44
Ha ha Thx, I had to Google it, we here only use slingshots but you living in the mountains need something for protection
Does it fit in the pannier
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Lots of bear up here this year.
Last week at ~9pm I was in the shop doing some wrenching and a big one just came strolling in. It was about 4ft tall at the shoulders. I chased him off easily.

We've recently had a lot of city transplants that are clueless about the wildlife and have been leaving their trash cans outside and other yummy stuff. Sadly, I fear there will be some incident before the season ends...

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Lots of bear up here this year.
Last week at ~9pm I was in the shop doing some wrenching and a big one just came strolling in. It was about 4ft tall at the shoulders. I chased him off easily.

We've recently had a lot of city transplants that are clueless about the wildlife and have been leaving their trash cans outside and other yummy stuff. Sadly, I fear there will be some incident before the season ends...
Gee man that's scary, get a couple of pitbulls, I would have pepper spray in every pocket. City slickers venture deeper and deeper into wilderness and like you said they attract wild animals in the process, sadly when accident happens wild animals get chased and killed
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Yeah its truly is a sad situation this year. I've lived up here for many many years and for the first season ever I I wear my "strap-on" when I'm working and out on the property.
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A few samples of HDR (high dynamic range) pictures, taken this morning using Canon 50D DSLR, Canon EFS 10-22mm, Canon 70-200mm.
Post processing done in Photomatix PRO 4.0 and PhotoScape X.

Some people will like it, some will not and that's OK, HDR pictures are suppose to look "overdone and surreal", when processing in Photomatix PRO pictures can be tuned to your heart content from "mild HDR closer to regular photo look" to "very extreme HDR graphic art or painting look", I like them in the middle.
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