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Posted on Mon 27th Feb, 2006, 5:45pm

ISO: 100, Shutter speed: 1/80, Aperture: f/3.5,
Camera: Canon EOS 20D, Flash: None, Cropping: None,
Lens: Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC, Focal length: 50mm,
Captured: 14th November 2005, 12:15am,

Like most people that check Chromasia, I've suddenly developed an interest in using HDR techniques. If you want to know more about HDR pictures, do a quick Google search and there should be plenty of info.

This shot is a bit of a cheat as it just uses a few different exposures from the same RAW file. One of the side effects of doing this is that the image noise increases quite a bit. I haven't made any real attempt to reduce it in this shot because it was really just an experiment.

For some reason, this photo looks a lot better (to me, anyway) if you move back about four feet from the screen and view it from a slight distance.

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Bex, Mon 27th Feb, 2006, 5:48pm
Cool! It remind me of one of those wiry whisks, I guess I'm too domesticated for my own good. Stop baking Bex and get a life! x

Jamey, Mon 27th Feb, 2006, 5:50pm
You wish you did some baking. I think Nigella owes you a refund tbh ;)

Danielle, Mon 27th Feb, 2006, 6:20pm
Back to the through the windows, eh? Nice- looks like someone's hair is all over the lens or maybe like a microscope slide. Maybe it is too early for me to be commenting. Overall, I like it. What are you doing in post to soften your images?

Jamey, Mon 27th Feb, 2006, 8:27pm
Danielle - to soften I just duplicate the background layer in Photoshop, Do a gaussian blur and fade the layer to an opacity of about 30%. But I actually didn't do much softening on this.

Christian, Mon 27th Feb, 2006, 11:20pm
Chromasia is starting the fashion for HDR techniques. Here, this process is adapted with this shot. Good work

transport4london, Wed 1st Mar, 2006, 11:35am
remember kidz, 'etching' is a krime and not kool! ''don't skratch that etch!'' word!

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