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Old 06-18-2013, 12:39 PM   #271
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Old 06-18-2013, 02:00 PM   #272
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Love the pictures

I've been curious about HDR for some time now and have been meaning to try my hand at it. I have to say, if I can get my pictures to come out half as good as rdunative, wbeem, and mrcricket, I'll be very happy. When I think of how an HDR picture should look in my head and then look at pictures done by you three, your pictures are exactly how I think HDR should be done. I know that a lot of people are being creative, trying different things out, have a different vision of HDR than the one that I have, or are just experimenting and learning on their own, but to me there seems to be a fine line that can be crossed when an image goes the over saturated/contrast route.
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Old 06-18-2013, 09:24 PM   #273
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very impressive photos. I can't wait to share some of my own soon.
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I'm still learning my Sony a57 and it has built in HDR. I know a majority of you do your own HDR in post process. How does in-camera HDR differ from post processing?
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I'm still learning my Sony a57 and it has built in HDR. I know a majority of you do your own HDR in post process. How does in-camera HDR differ from post processing?
With post processing you control what you want. With in camera processing, the camera decides what it thinks you want.
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I'm still learning my Sony a57 and it has built in HDR. I know a majority of you do your own HDR in post process. How does in-camera HDR differ from post processing?
The in camera HDR is a simple and effective way to increase your dynamic range significantly. That is, really bring out shadows while also protecting highlights.
Typically, you get a "realistic" picture with increase dynamic range.

When doing it yourself in post-processing, you really can go about it in many different styles. Also in post-processing, you include tone mapping while doing the HDR merging... creating the hyper-stylized pictures that you see. The pictures often look more like paintings.

So when doing it yourself in post, there are many different ways to process the outcome. When the camera does it, it gives you a pretty simple form of increased dynamic range.
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