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My first HDR Pano

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by gjoseph, May 16, 2015.

  1. gjoseph

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    Went on my second run and experimented with the camera setting--this is what I got
     

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    Cool pic. Do you have a bigger version posted somewhere?
     
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    What program did you use for the editing?
     
  5. gjoseph

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    I use Photomatrix to create the HDR then stich it together in photoshop
     
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    looks very cool. I thought for a second you are flying p3 in the rain (clouds are very dark)
     
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    Sweet have to get that over to the new computer, photomatrix rocks!
     
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    Very nice, downloaded it for my MAC to try.
     
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    congratulations that is a STUNNING picture.

    id love to know what settings you were changing to get such an amazing stitch.... I am no where near adept at photography, but i would love to do something like this