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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    I love the pictures with buildings and landscapes., but the one with people are just plan creepy.

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Wow, Amazing, Holy Cow... Crap or anyother term of wowness you prefer may be placed here. Thanks for sharing this with us. Ya'll are smarter than I with a camera and computer. I think this is part of the reason I don't put ANY pictures up.

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    HDR gives me goose bumps and disney HDR is amazing, you get rep!

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Wow! Wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing and introducing this great technique that folks can add to their toolbox.

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    God, these are awesome. I wish I could do that.
    "I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn't arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I'm going to be happy in it. "Groucho Marx

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    I've seen this before... it's an awesome effect. So Frog let's see some from you!

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Quote Originally Posted by Frogberto View Post
    No problem. The Cinderella/Parade HDR is misleading, because it was done using a single raw image. Because a RAW datafile allows you to change exposure up to four stops positive or negative, you can make three copies of one RAW file, and then expose one properly, expose one several stops darker, and expose the other several stops lighter. When merged, the HDR image has all the data of three shots, but doesn't have the blur from obviously different shots.
    Photoshop won't merge to HDR when you try to save a single RAW file at different exposures. If you try, you'll get this error message:

    “There is not enough dynamic range in these photos to construct a useful HDR image.”

    Here is what I found when I Googled the message:

    "A single camera raw file does not contain enough dynamic range to generate a High Dynamic Range (HDR) image. Changing the exposure setting changes the relative brightness of the pixels, not the exposure value of the entire image.

    Photoshop uses the exposure values in the EXIF data in image files, if available, to determine if there is enough dynamic range to generate an HDR image. "

    Just an FYI
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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    very trippy,cool pics

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Those pictures are unbelievable! So beautiful. I would love to see so much more!


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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Please read my message. I was responding to the question of why there wasn't blur in the Cinderella photograph.

    The answer is because the photographer created that HDR image from a single raw image.

    Nowhere in the original quote did I say that the photographer used Photoshop for that particular image, and in fact he didn't. If you click on the image itself, you can see the photographers notes and comments.

    But in fact you can make HDR images from a single raw image - there's a whole photopool on flickr that does just that:

    http://flickr.com/groups/raw2hdr/pool/

    And often, it's the only way to get HDR images from a subject in motion -- this HDR image was created using four raw images:

    -- from diedm - (?)

    But, uh, thanks for your "FYI" anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aristocat View Post
    Photoshop won't merge to HDR when you try to save a single RAW file at different exposures. If you try, you'll get this error message:

    “There is not enough dynamic range in these photos to construct a useful HDR image.”

    Here is what I found when I Googled the message:

    "A single camera raw file does not contain enough dynamic range to generate a High Dynamic Range (HDR) image. Changing the exposure setting changes the relative brightness of the pixels, not the exposure value of the entire image.

    Photoshop uses the exposure values in the EXIF data in image files, if available, to determine if there is enough dynamic range to generate an HDR image. "

    Just an FYI
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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Thank goodness for all you Mice Chat photogs. I will probably never be able to do this but can count on you all to start and to post samples of your work.

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Very cool images.

    My favs were the ThunderMountain and California Screamin shots

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    Wow! It's going to be fun to see your future pictures! Is photography a hobby or a business for you? Have you tried Disneyland yet?

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    Re: Disneyland in HDR photography

    I just did a little test tonight tell me if this is like the pictures on here. I will show the before and after.

    Before



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