Big Hill Springs Provincial Park Falls (HDR)

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Jessica G. on September 24, 2007

A word of advice: never try to take a HDR picture of trees on a windy day, without a tripod, in a hurry! At least the ghosting isn't that noticeable, except at the top against the sky.

Manu K.P on September 26, 2007

Very True, Jessica, (sorry if I got your name wrong.) You dont want to know how many HDR trials I have dumped because of ghosting.

Jessica G. on September 26, 2007

About the same number as I have, maybe? I'm going to try and redo this HDR, spending more time pin warping it. Maybe I can somehow force it to fit - but I doubt it. Too bad, I like this picture.

Jeff Sullivan on September 29, 2007

Do you use Photomatix? When you use it in interactive mode you can check a box that has it try to reduce ghosting due to movement in the shot. It's not perfect, but it's better than nothing. (BTW you can try Photomatix for free, HDRsoft.com)

Jessica G. on September 29, 2007

I have the free version of Photomatix, but I don't like it as much. For all these on Panoramio, I've used Dynamic Photo HDR. It has a better fitting method - as I said above, "pin warping." It takes a lot of time but does a better job than Photomatix, where it all seems to be automatic. DP also has an Anti-Ghosting Mask, but the result is very visible against the rest of the picture and I'd rather not use it unless I have to. I guess next time I know - brace the camera against something while taking HDR, especially since I don't have autobracketing and have to change settings between shots.

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  • Uploaded on September 24, 2007
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    by Jessica G.

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