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Post by nicholas_khoo on Fri 19 Dec 2008, 23:57

Hi all!

Just downloaded photomatix pro for MAc. So here are some experimentations!! Enjoy!

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Post by JhunCrespo on Sat 20 Dec 2008, 18:37

hi nic, nice sets of hdr...so is it the MAC??? joke... #2 imho, without the tree at the right will be better.

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Post by nicholas_khoo on Sat 20 Dec 2008, 22:03

JhunCrespo wrote:hi nic, nice sets of hdr...so is it the MAC??? joke... #2 imho, without the tree at the right will be better.

hi!

hahaha....i dun know if it is the MAC, but it better produce some nice pics once in a while after i've invested so much money in it!!! LOL ...!!

Ya..i do agree with u on the 2nd pic. I was thinking of cropping it but then it would be very tight on the pink flower. hmm...in situations like this, i also not sure what else i can do to salvage a pic. Oh btw, the 2nd pic was produced with only 1 raw file. So, i guess it is not too bad afterall.....

Thanks crespo for your comments. Very Happy
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Post by Admin on Sun 21 Dec 2008, 17:39

The last two pics works for me.. For the rest of the shots, I like the contrast of the colors. But the sky doesn't seems very appealing to me.. But then, no choice, you don't have a choice when it comes to weather.. In my opinion, the horizon in #4 is abit slanted?

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Post by nicholas_khoo on Tue 23 Dec 2008, 00:23

Admin wrote:The last two pics works for me.. For the rest of the shots, I like the contrast of the colors. But the sky doesn't seems very appealing to me.. But then, no choice, you don't have a choice when it comes to weather.. In my opinion, the horizon in #4 is abit slanted?

Hi bro,
Ya,,,no.4 pic is actually caused by the UWA lens barreling. So, i thought since it was only for fun, i didn't place too much effort into correcting it.

More HDR coming up!!

This one is taken by robert and edited by me.
Taken in California, Cambria outside Fireside Inn.
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Post by Admin on Wed 24 Dec 2008, 09:20

Oooo wow... I believed this will be better if it is done in UWA or pano..

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Post by nicholas_khoo on Thu 25 Dec 2008, 00:24

This was shows the 250 yrs old Famous Lone Cypress tree (Top of the left slope) in CArmel, California. This was taken at sunset from my drive from LA to SF.

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Post by alfianhashim on Thu 25 Dec 2008, 17:11

nice editing & composition...I like the last photo...

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Post by Admin on Thu 25 Dec 2008, 21:50

Are you on the move while taking this shot? If so.. nice composure and exposure~ If you have some time to spare there, it would be better if you take this shot with longer shutter..

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Re: HDRs

Post by kaysigit on Fri 26 Dec 2008, 11:23

wow. thats nice. good try. nothing much i can say here as for me myself never tried HDR ( donno bout it oso Razz )
but anyway, i like ur series. and for the last one, i agreed with br admin, longer shutter would be nicer.....
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Post by zamrud on Fri 26 Dec 2008, 13:31

Nice........ Smile
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Post by teh on Fri 26 Dec 2008, 16:49

very nice HDR Very Happy
250 yrs old Famous Lone Cypress tree my vote Very Happy
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Post by freezemaster on Fri 26 Dec 2008, 23:50

WOW very very nice ! i love all the colours ... its really nice i like all of them just that maybe pic 1 has no rule of 3rds so looks a little weird but just a bit

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Post by nicholas_khoo on Sat 27 Dec 2008, 00:15

Admin wrote:Are you on the move while taking this shot? If so.. nice composure and exposure~ If you have some time to spare there, it would be better if you take this shot with longer shutter..

Hi bro,
Ya i thought about that after but then we were so late that we were basically rushing to set the tripod up and making sure i'm able to get proper framing and metering. It was REALLY fun!!! I am really glad that the HDRs turn out as i wanted/expected.

I'm now still in San Francisco and it's SHOPPING TIME!! Robert mentioned that they are having super big sales after christmas to boost the economy. So! Am going to check out what is nice. For example, i bought a DKNY JEANS sweater for a friend of mine for only US$36 which is about S$60. Unbelieveable!!!!
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Post by Elaine on Sat 27 Dec 2008, 01:50

Ermz.... got my Coach dog collar? hehe
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Post by nicholas_khoo on Sat 27 Dec 2008, 08:16

Elaine wrote:Ermz.... got my Coach dog collar? hehe

hi,
no, not yet. Will keep looking for u. It's not cheap in those Coach stores. So will hope to come across some which they are having a big sales now. Btw, how much is it in SG?
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Post by nicholas_khoo on Sat 27 Dec 2008, 08:57

This one is taken along CAlifornia Highway 1 , south of Carmel.

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Post by nicholas_khoo on Sat 27 Dec 2008, 09:11

This is HDR pic of me and Robert at the Lone Cypress stairways in Carmel.

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Post by Admin on Sat 27 Dec 2008, 23:55

The HDR of CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY is very nicely done! Nice!! Send my regards to Robert as well~

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Post by Vodka on Sun 28 Dec 2008, 18:03

nice...

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Post by Saymell on Wed 07 Jan 2009, 06:55

I like #4 in your set, Cambria outside Fireside Inn is very nice and the 250 yrs old Famous Lone Cypress tree is superb with rich colours but slightly on the dark side.

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Post by zio on Wed 07 Jan 2009, 18:37

HDR of the Highway 1 is very nicely done Smile

Excellent HDR shots all around. Its been a long long time since I last HDRed anything Razz

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Post by nicholas_khoo on Wed 07 Jan 2009, 21:54

Saymell wrote:I like #4 in your set, Cambria outside Fireside Inn is very nice and the 250 yrs old Famous Lone Cypress tree is superb with rich colours but slightly on the dark side.

hey,
thanks for your comments. The lone cypress was meant to be on the dark side. But not that dark in the monitor. All details can be seen in the dark areas though. If i've made it brighter, it would have not looked too real as it was sunset.....mm..just my opinion...
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Post by nicholas_khoo on Wed 07 Jan 2009, 21:54

zio wrote:HDR of the Highway 1 is very nicely done Smile

Excellent HDR shots all around. Its been a long long time since I last HDRed anything Razz

Thanks zio for your comments!
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Post by sleepingdragon on Sat 28 Mar 2009, 04:03

nice HDR shot.
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