Canon Some HDR Railroad Images...

Otto

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Jan 3, 2011
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Forney, TX
Here is one I liked from my Canon G10. I call it "Night Train". It's a series of 3 bracketed shots processed in LR2.7, Photomatix Pro 4.0, and Topaz Adjust, if I remember correctly. There may have been some Nik Silver eFex Pro in there as well. I should make notes when I'm processing, but I get so involved that I forget to write down my steps.

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And another I call "Springs 'n Things".

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Thanks for looking,
Otto...
 

mmacleodbrown

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Oct 10, 2010
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London
Love that first one, very atmospheric..
I know alot of people complain about HDR, but if the finished effect creates a good photo, then I think it is a great technique
 

BBW

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Jul 7, 2010
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BB
Otto, thanks so much for bringing these over here and I'm keeping my eyes peeled for that windmill picture, too!

When you have the time, please stop by the Welcomes and Introductions forum so we can have an unofficial meet and greet.:wink:

P.S. I'll also add that I'm with Martin. The ends justifies the means with regard to each person's methods. I really think post processing is the continuation of a very personal art form - photography.
 

wt21

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Aug 15, 2010
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Question -- is the first shot with some kind of fisheye? The top of the train seems to distort more than a standard, wide-angle lens. Just wondering.
 

Otto

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Jan 3, 2011
43
Forney, TX
Thanks everybody for the positive comments. From the first time I saw an HDR photo, I was hooked.

Question -- is the first shot with some kind of fisheye? The top of the train seems to distort more than a standard, wide-angle lens. Just wondering.
Just shot with the stock G10 lens. Could have been my position as I was fairly close. According to the exif data, the focal length was 6.1mm, but I don't know what the equates to in 35mm terms.

Thanks again,
Otto...
 
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wt21

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Aug 15, 2010
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Thanks. Sorry. I missed that it was shot with the Canon G10. That's pretty standard for the Canon G series.

Again, great shot!
 

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