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We-Luv-Disney
09-25-2007, 07:51 PM
I went over to the new Pavilion Nostalgic park here in Myrtle Beach, they moved some of the rides from the old Pavilion to Broadway at the beach. Its was a nice cloudy evening and got some rally cool subject matter for HDR . Here are a few shots, all taken with canon 40D/17-40mm lens, PP with Photomatix Pro and Photoshop CS3.

http://www.pbase.com/catson/image/86063149/original.jpg

http://www.pbase.com/catson/image/86108826/original.jpg

http://www.pbase.com/catson/image/86126549/original.jpg

http://www.pbase.com/catson/image/86215908/original.jpg

Jeanne B
09-25-2007, 08:01 PM
Wow, very nice!!:thumbsup2

bostran1
09-25-2007, 08:03 PM
great HDRs but how the heck did you do the ones with all the motion? I am amazed you were able to freeze the motion that much with multiple exposures.

We-Luv-Disney
09-25-2007, 08:08 PM
great HDRs but how the heck did you do the ones with all the motion? I am amazed you were able to freeze the motion that much with multiple exposures.

I shot a single image in RAW format, and then made the separate exposures in CS3, like one with -2EV,0EV,+2EV, and then merged them with Photomatix pro. You can also do this with single JPG images bit the final product dose not seem to have as good dynamic range.

Ducky4Disney
09-25-2007, 08:15 PM
I've said this before - but I have to try this! I'm going to WDW next week, help me out and tell me (like I'm 3 years old) what I need to do. From what I know, it's the same shutter and aperature settings with a change in exposure value. Am I close?

D4D

bostran1
09-25-2007, 08:21 PM
I shot a single image in RAW format, and then made the separate exposures in CS3, like one with -2EV,0EV,+2EV, and then merged them with Photomatix pro. You can also do this with single JPG images bit the final product dose not seem to have as good dynamic range.

I have tried to make HDRs from one RAW too, but with much much poorer results. I'll have to give it another shot. Thanks for the info!