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Today in school, we started tech class (beginning of second semester).


The teacher let us roam around the room to be bedazzled by all the *amazing* shop equipment. I decided to take photos. I decided HDR might be good, seeing as he had some interesting lighting; so I gave it a shot. These are my best HDR photos so far; ever.







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I like em. Lots of range and lots of detail.

How many shot's did you bracket?

Have you tried Topaz adjust? Pretty cool program that has a few settings that mimic HDR.
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I like em. Lots of range and lots of detail.

How many shot's did you bracket?

Have you tried Topaz adjust? Pretty cool program that has a few settings that mimic HDR.
Thanks. I use a point and shoot (Canon A560) which does not support bracketing, so I had to manually change the exposure. I did three shots, 1 -2 EV, 0 EV, and +2 EV for each one.

I'll look into Topaz Adjust, is it free?

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Just a trial, but a license is fairly affordable.
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