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HDR Cookbook – Before and After: Rosanou Abbey – Meteora (HDR)

Rosanou Abbey - Meteora (HDR) - Before-and-After comparison (click to enlarge, click with middle mouse button to open in new tab)

Rosanou Abbey – Meteora (HDR) – Before-and-After comparison (click to enlarge, click with middle mouse button to open in new tab)

This is the before-and-after comparison of “Rosanou Abbey – Meteora (HDR)“. In the top row, you see the six original source images straight out of the camera. This image is based on a 6-shot semi-autobracketing series with -3, -2, -1, 0, +1 and +2 ev. On the left side on the bottom row, you see the result of merging those shots into a 32-bit HDR and subsequent tone-mapping using the detail enhancer option of Photomatix Pro 4.1. And finally, the right side of the bottom row shows the final image after a number of post-processing steps executed in Photoshop CS4.

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11 replies
  1. jlgomezlinares
    jlgomezlinares says:

    Personally I do not like to do HDR Photomatic gives results too artificial, I use the SNS-HDR Pro and 2 PRO easyHDR medan results to my satisfaction. In this blog: http://elblogdelhdr.blogspot.com/ all photos have been procrsadas with these programs without further processing to meet my goal and I am satisfied with the results, of course to taste

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    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi there,

      well, to each there own. Photomatix is not for everyone, I understand that. I hope you still take something with you from this site.

      Reply
  2. Robert McMillan
    Robert McMillan says:

    Awesome image and thanks for sharing your processing information. I stumbled on Meteora when I was 18 and travelling around Europe. What a fanastic place. Sadly, I had no camera with me back then.

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    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi Robert,

      you’re welcome! If at all possible, you have to go back there with your camera. It’s just an awesome photography spot!

      Cheers

      Reply
    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi Eric,

      semi-autobracketing is when you are using the user settings on your camera to programm them with two autobracketing series. Then you can switch between the settings without taking the camera off your eye and extend the range.

      There will be a tip coming up at https://farbspiel-photo.com/about/gear/nikon-d7000-quick-tips to explain how this works on a Nikon D7000. Maybe you can do similar things with your 500D.

      Cheers

      Reply
  3. Андрей
    Андрей says:

    действительно 今後もよろしくお願いします。 )))
    интересно, полезно

    Reply

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