Sep 142013
 

HDR (High Dynamic Range), Either you love it or you dont. For me, it depends on the subject, not everything can result to a lovely HDR subject. It depends on the light, on the tones, on the color surrounding and on the subject in Hand. For example, Very old cars or truck for some reason turn out to be an amazing HDR subject. For its grungy look, and the different tones surrounding them etc.

From the below  three Photos at Different Exposures (1/80, 1/160, 1/50)

IMG_9209

Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-105mm, A:8, S:1/80, ISO:400

 

Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-105mm, A:8, S:1/160, ISO:400

Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-105mm, A:8, S:1/160, ISO:400

 

Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-105mm, A:8, S:1/50, ISO:400

Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 24-105mm, A:8, S:1/50, ISO:400

 

 

To the below Final HDR Photo

IMG_9209_HDR

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So are you an HDR Person or Not? And why?

  8 Responses to “Ancient Car (Czech Republic-Prague)”

  1. Perfect

  2. I like HDR very much. But, most of it that I see is WAY over processed. I think it takes skill to make a good HDR image.

    • Exactly Saffiya. HDR to me is an ART, and requires time and skills and one need to know which subjects fit well with HDR and which doesn’t, this comes with experience of course

  3. Br. Salim, do you shoot in RAW? Would you please consider doing a post about RAW?

  4. absolutely brillian ! This HDR also gives a feel of time…antique…though ageless….guess there’s a very thin line of HDR with perfect processing and over processing, have seen mostly ‘over’ one unlike this one, which is perfect in all respect!

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