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    John, where did you find that truck?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve1840 View Post
    John, where did you find that truck?
    Stonington, CT see link below. It was at the old service station (truck not show on map).
    http://goo.gl/maps/BKGT

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    I'm a fan of that oil paint effect Manny, it looks pretty cool when done right.

    Dennis and John, great job, especially that Hornet shot.

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    I do think I may have to take a drive on Sunday afternoon. Thats only about a 25 in drive for me.... Thanks John!
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    NYC panorama in HDR


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    Here is a few HDRs I have done.



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    Kris, not sure if it's the look you were going for, but all three suffer from halos around the subject aircraft.
    It might be your look, but they are not for me. No offense.

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    You killed your pictures.... HDR is not an easy processing....

    I have thousands of pictures in my collection, I have hundrets of HDRs in my collection and maybe only 10 acceptable and maybe 2-3 not bad....

    One of the best I have



    You need time and lots of practice before you'll find the way to process your pictures to HDR pictures.... I follow one very important rule... Use HDR technique to fix you bad pictures, do no try to make your good pictures look better.... most likely you you'll mess something up :)

    Practice, practice.... practice.... watching histogram, waiting for good moment to take pictures, luck, luck, luck and practice, and then practice again... and you can start your HDR portfolio :)

    The only good HDRs in my portfolio you can find here:
    http://nycaviation.com/forum/threads...sunday-morning

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    One of my first attempts... I know I need a lot of work but i like the picture


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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisparypa View Post

    Chris, that came out AWESOME. I agree, not every picture works in HDR...

    Quote Originally Posted by george View Post
    George, even though it has a bit of halos which are only a preference thing (don;t let anyone's preference ruin it for you ), I like the result a lot! Well done...
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    Thanks Manny! I really liked the result and a few of the guys here at work like it too, now I have requests for pictures of their cars and trucks lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by lijk604 View Post
    Kris, not sure if it's the look you were going for, but all three suffer from halos around the subject aircraft.
    It might be your look, but they are not for me. No offense.
    I know sorry about the poorness of the "HDRs" still trying to get the hold of it. No offense taken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris V View Post
    I know sorry about the poorness of the "HDRs" still trying to get the hold of it. No offense taken.
    Try dialing back on the strength, that usually helps counteract some of the halo issues. The hardest time you are going to have is that these are single shot "HDR's" No matter how hard you try, they almost always wind up with halos that cannot be corrected. You will have a lot more success on static images, as you are on the right path. It just takes practice.

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    One of the guys at work brought his Camaro in yesterday.

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