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Sidmouth HDR

Sidmouth HDR



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Such lovely colors!
Bill Phillips: Plenty of colour for your money Elizabeth
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 16 Dec 2015, 04:47
That looks like a nice place to visit. Wonderful picture.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sidmouth
Bill Phillips: Sidmouth is lovely Lady P. A peaceful Devon seaside resort
It sure makes a big diffence Bill! Well done.
Bill Phillips: It is interesting isn't it Richard ?
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 16 Dec 2015, 06:22
I have never done HDR, Bill
Bill Phillips: A lot of cameras have an in camera HDR which can be fun. If you want to really have a go Phootmatix Pro is the best that I have tried
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 16 Dec 2015, 06:30
The HDR stuff really has the orange lichen jumpin' and poppin', Bill!
Bill Phillips: The whole thing is a bit over-saturated Ray.......ok a lot
That was then...and I wonder what it looks like right now in that very spot! HDR is fun, Bill, I'm sure, but I've never done it the proper way, I'm afraid. sad
Bill Phillips: The ideal is to produce an HDR picture that people do not realise is HDR.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 16 Dec 2015, 06:34
People decry HDR but your two images show the benefit of it
Bill Phillips: The whole point of HDR is that is can compensate for the fact that Digital images have a much lower dynamic range than does film. So you get less detail. Shooting raw images and bracketing them allows you to have much greater detail. The ideal is to avoid overcooking it. This is a bit overcooked but hopefully illustrates the merits. There are those that will never accept it as photography but I don't give a toss
As a personal preference Bill, I preferred the days when ladies wore frocks.
Bill Phillips: Nothing wrong with a nice pair of slacks Chad
It has worked a treat in this instance, Bill.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Mary.
It does put some light on the matter. Well done with the movement
Bill Phillips: The Ghost removal tool in Photomatix Pro works well Janet but it isn't perfect a this shows
  • Richard Trim
  • Suffolk: where the sun rises first in England
  • 16 Dec 2015, 10:15
I'm a frock man as well as Chad
Bill Phillips: You need help comrade
From the technical POV the HDR makes all the difference. On a personal note last year we went to the shops and I stood outside this building waiting for Maureen to return from wherever she had gone, oh and I took several pictures of the phone box and pillar box.
Bill Phillips: You should be careful hanging about on street corners Brian
I just feel sorry for Simouth.
Bill Phillips: Sidmouth has no pity for the likes of you
Did you notice any doves down Dove Lane?
Bill Phillips: I think there might have been the odd pigeon or gull
Pleased to see the Royal Mail can afford paint down in Sidmouth, all ours are peeling and look shabby. Mind you at the rate they are being stolen there soon won't be any left to moan about.
Bill Phillips: They are honest folk in Sidmouth Martin
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Dec 2015, 22:39
What a difference. If you had not said HDR, I would not have known the difference. Shame the two backsides mask the view up the street smile
Bill Phillips: This snap was destined for the bin but I thought it made for a decent demonstration
  • Penny
  • United Kingdom
  • 17 Dec 2015, 00:03
Wow - amazing! It would be good if we could have HDR for real life, wouldn't it? All our grey skies could be blue...
Bill Phillips: Now there's a thought Penny grin

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