Great Photo - I like your work.
A wonderful photo, good work!
I see you are HDR man as well.
Hi Chris. Yes and no, mostly just LDRI. My tags are partly wrong. The DRI photos with tags, from a jpg photo created! LDR photos, the colors change very often. Attempts to change! LDR, but do not have much shade and look as fairy tales :)
Viele Grüße, febrok
Hi febrok. If I'm honest this is a false HDR. It was raw then I made 3 copies of different exposures. Was ist ein LDRI?
Chris, I will describe it to you tomorrow! My wife calls already, this is very dangerous :((
LDRI ist, aus einem jpg, ein LDR zu erstellen.
HDR, is not properly displayed on the monitor: (
HDR with Tone Mapping is LDR, is displayed. Your photos?
LDRI (Low dynamic range image) is a simple photo, with limited contrast range. A jpg photo with Tone Mapping processed. Most of my photos.
Thanks for your help. I have done a few LDR's from 16 bit tifs, it works well especially if the contrast is high in the original.
Hi Chris. I try different now. No longer Photomatix.
A German freeware programs, not complicated!
There is the option: Only brightness influence.
Can you just a photo, without sun and bad weather show :( This is LDRI.
When doing HDR's I merge them in Photoshop because the registration is rubbish in Photomatics. Then I import them into photomatics. The latest idea is combining tone adjusted monochome with colour. What is the freeware program?
Only brightness influence - Nur Helligkeit beeinflussen.
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Location from the Miss Marple Movie "Murder at the Gallop (1963)".
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