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Upper Hollyford Valley

by ckiely » Thu Feb 16, 2006 4:57 pm

Fiordland National Park
South Island, New Zealand

Fuji S3 Pro
Nikon 20mm lens
2x4

Some more challenging light conditions. I used a 3-stop soft Graduated Neutral Density filter on the top row, then none on the bottom. Used HDR in the merge process and then still a lot of work in PS to get here.

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by francois.simond » Thu Feb 16, 2006 5:22 pm

Cold !
I have no idea of how it would be without hdr but this version is a success !
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by bilzmale » Thu Feb 16, 2006 6:45 pm

Great composition - the eye is led in and around the picture. Have you ever used a polariser in your panos?

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by adhack » Thu Feb 16, 2006 11:18 pm

Very moody image. It looks like there's a sharpening halo above the mountains or it is the HDR didn't quite catch the edges cleanly?

I still haven't figured out how to work the HDR. I shot multiple exposures but nothing seemed to happen other than a major major blowout in every sense of the word when I clicked the HDRI setting. do I need to click the layer button?

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by francois.simond » Thu Feb 16, 2006 11:37 pm

http://wiki.autopano.net/en/tutorials/hdr-stitching

You can use the tonmappers inside autopano and output a LDR image, or output directly a HDR image and apply an external tonemapper :) (ex: photoimpact, photomatix, photoshop, and others..)
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by ckiely » Fri Feb 17, 2006 2:37 am

nope, after you turn on HDR, bring up the HDR tool. It will default to 128, you need to take it down in the range of 100 - 110.

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by ckiely » Fri Feb 17, 2006 7:23 am

Yes I have used a polarizer quite a bit w/o any issues.


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