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Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by emotta, Apr 8, 2009.
What is that in the bottem right corner???
Good job on your first HDR attempt, but what is the black vertical lines near the sky? and the white thing, hmm could be something reflective then turned out being glowing white in HDR, maybe you can darken that part to reduce the brightness or just crop it out.
Great job. I'd clone out those black lines on the right - they look like radio masts.
The worst part is the bottom right hand corner - it's a BIG give away. Beautiful sky and composition - and everything seems fairly natural.
i've just finished with my first HDR as well. Here it is:
On the original post's photo about the right hand corner - just increase your Shadow Clipping slider until things look better.
Here is my thread, this aims to help people with HDR images and people have posted examples to download and create you own. Also we can criticize and praise each others image attempts and learn from each other.
Those lines are some type of electrical post or something. But i cant seem to figure out why i got that nasty thing on the bottom corner. Can you shed some light as to what that is? I thought it was the sensor on my camera so i started looking at the original images. But the original images seem to be fine. I did use 5 shots instead of 3. If you can please chime in i would greatly appreciate it!
what programs or use using for HDR. i have tried this to but im just learning like ues.
It happens when you over do the controls with tone mapping I think. It does depend though HDR has a lot of controls! Perhaps just overlay an original image in photoshop and mask out all but the bit covering the corner.
Very nice, well done.