Photo Sharing; HDR

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    Nice image! Where do you get your stars from? I get mine from Stellarium, a good (and free) planetarium program.
     
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    Nice! What freeware program are you using? I haven't found one I like yet.
     
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    I got this from MediaWiki, but sometimes I'll go to NASA for images. If the sky hadn't been so bland, I would have preferred to go with the straight image. Every once in a while, an image needs some help.
     
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    Lol...I have no clue, I am at WDW right now, we head home tomorrow, so I will look on my computer when we get home! I cannot wait to play with some of the HDR shots I got in the last couple days here!!
     
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    These are a couple of my first try HDRs ...

    At my Uncle's camp:
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    My Hub's home place:
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    I love HDR, and haven't played around with it nearly enough.
     
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    Ok, I'm home! It's EasyHDR, it's free for the basic version, you have to pay if you want extra editing functions.

    I had a fun time trying out some HDR stuff on my trip, although I didn't take a tripod (it was just a 3 night Anniversary trip, didn't want to lug too much) but at 4am when you cannot sleep and you are at Animal Kingdom Lodge, it doesn't matter, you can just borrow a chair or lay on the floor! :lmao:

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    Thanks Karen. And these are beautiful shots!!!
     
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    Hotel Indigo reception area, Del Mar, California

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    well done on this shot. To me this is how HDR should be...none of that oversaturated, vibrance screaming color turned up stuff that most do.

     
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    Grand Floridian sunrise

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    Thanks.
     

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