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      03-09-2013, 02:41 PM   #1
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I dont like HDR but...

I do find the use in stacking the shots and trying to provide a very realistic look from a big dynamic range.. figured I'd share some of my shots and see if anyone else had some beauties. I could spend hours looking through others shutters!



My old and Cooper and a friends Wilga at the Ft. Langley waterdrome.



More of the cooper.. this time shot with the Tamron 10-24..



Toms Beaver on wheels..



Gregs little Maule at the Elk Island airstrip.



This is my old machine at Knee lake.. A BIT overdone.. but I still like it





A couple more from Elk/Knee and my old ride.. Beaver PVC (aka the Pipe)



This is another from chatterbox falls and I spent a few hours trying to get it look just right..







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Yeah yeah.. mostly planes..
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I've never been successful at HDR, but I do occasionally merge multiple exposures to get better DR.



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Not a huge fan of most HDR shots, but layering multiple exposures to enhance a picture (not blow it out) is something I do on occasion as well.
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Not a huge fan of most HDR shots, but layering multiple exposures to enhance a picture (not blow it out) is something I do on occasion as well.
Lets seem em boss tones!

I like your shed Mark! are you missing it yet?
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Lets seem em boss tones!

I like your shed Mark! are you missing it yet?
No. I got a new job with virtually no commute, so I don't drive by it any more. That's why I've started birding. I need new things to shoot now that I don't spend so much time driving back and forth to work.
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Yeah, I prefer stacking, masking, and dodge/burning.

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Fantastic pano!
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