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July 15, 2009
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DSC-W70
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F/7.1
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100
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Jul 15, 2009, 1:25:23 PM
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A Long Road Ahead Of Me by Ghost247 A Long Road Ahead Of Me by Ghost247
little camera,big results.shot with the sony cyber shot.7.2 mega pixels.while driving at a high rate of speed
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6uit4rist Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2009
wow nice shot. not bad for a photo that was taken off at a high speed. looks natural.

btw, do you have any link for a tutorial or any tips
to edit like (shawdows/darkness while the colors are showing off) this picture of yours?
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Ghost247 Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2009
most of my post have a link that will show you the basics in HDR photography,just the basics.as far as the rest goes,all i can tell you is practice with photoshop after you've generated your HDR.lots and lots of practice.it's going to take time so don't rush it.also remeber that google is your friend,it has tons of places you can find tips and tricks.also look for photography tips,check out beyondmegapixels.com..
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6uit4rist Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2009
I am a Beginner in Photography/Photoshop without taking any lessons or anything. I've always admired HDR photos(not knowing it is called HDR). i thought it was just a matter of adjusting hue/saturation/shadows/vibrance..so on.
and that's what i tried to do. now, i realized it's more than that after reading some tutorials!

thank you so much for the tips
do you mind if i ask you some questions i have while practicing HDR photos?
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Ghost247 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2009
sure!!i'm willing to help
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6uit4rist Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009
i don't want to keep bugging you but i'll ask my last question anyway. i promise this will be my last one.

how can i get different exposures if all i have is photomatix and photoshop? because my camera doesn't have that feature.
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Ghost247 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009
go here [link]
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6uit4rist Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2009
thank you so much.

as i read some tutorials, it says there it needs 3 photos of the same shot (-2EV, metered EV, +2EV) or basically One normal exposure, the second underexposed and the third overexposed. i don't think my camera supports that. is there a way to do those in photoshop? my camera has sharpness,saturation,contrast and flash intensity set to 0. are those needed to get different exposures?

as you can see in this
[link]
the settings are "f/2.8 1/125 1/30 1/500 and iso 400" is it possible if i just duplicate a picture to become three pictures in the link?

thanks you so much. i also apologize for asking a too much.
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Ghost247 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2009
another thing you can do is get a tripod and after each shot change the exsposure manually.
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6uit4rist Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2009
thank you for the link. it was very helpful.
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Ghost247 Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2009
welcome
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