Discussion in 'Photography Board' started by Daisy14'sDH, Sep 13, 2012.
Just a Fantasy by wbeem, on Flickr
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A World at War by wbeem, on Flickr
Isamu Noguchi's Red Cube by Hamilton!, on Flickr
Nice image! Where do you get your stars from? I get mine from Stellarium, a good (and free) planetarium program.
Nice! What freeware program are you using? I haven't found one I like yet.
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.
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!!
These are a couple of my first try HDRs ...
At my Uncle's camp:
My Hub's home place:
I love HDR, and haven't played around with it nearly enough.
It's a Kind of Magic by wbeem, on Flickr
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!
Thanks Karen. And these are beautiful shots!!!
The Blue Lagoon by wbeem, on Flickr
Hotel Indigo reception area, Del Mar, California
Backside of Castle by Mike Sperduto, on Flickr
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.
Grand Floridian sunrise
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