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First HDR shot

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Jogle, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. Jogle

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    Snapped this photo on my second flight with my p3p to see how the camera works. I've got my own critiques but overall I'm impressed. I'll do more in the future for sure.

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  2. kminton327

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    Great looking photo!!! I've tried HDR photo over water but it didn't turn out as nice
     
  3. Jogle

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    Thanks! I didn't auto bracket. I just exposed for 3 areas of the landscape. The trees, the horizon, and the sun
     
  4. Orrie1

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    Very cool photo !! I also try to add pictures in a different version of HDR. I have a MacBook and 13 I use Photoshop, aurora and GIMP.
    Rate these photos. Can I put more :rolleyes:
     

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  5. Jogle

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    Those look great! Did you manually adjust the exposure? I love the lighting in your shots

    I'll rate them both two thumbs up, haha :tongueclosed:;)

    Feel free to post more. I did a couple recently, but nothing I'm extra proud of:
    DJI_0067.jpg mceachern.jpg night.jpg
     
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    very nice did you shoot these in HDR or use it in post editing?
     
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    I used aurorahdr editor. But you need to know its only mac os tool. You can do it on GIMP i think (if you have win os)
     
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  8. Jogle

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    Did you use the HDR setting on the phantom or manually choose the multiple exposures?