Discussion in 'Photography, Art & Design' started by bentleya, 25 Jul 2009.
The Hunter by Kiteninja (Morgan Lee), on Flickr
Blue lights by lewisbrymner, on Flickr
Few more from Goodwood:
Lotus by bdigital101, on Flickr
Untitled by bdigital101, on Flickr
IRC Skoda Sideways by bdigital101, on Flickr
Lancia Pop by bdigital101, on Flickr
Awesome car shots bdigital. Those first two cars are razor sharp
@Lewis: Very cool EL wire shot
@bdigital: Love the lancia shot
From today's wedding - my last wedding for a while I think. Bride was stunning.
And one more for now:
The Lancia's cool but I think the sideways Skoda is my favorite. Good stuff.
Thanks guys. All kit lens except for the lancia. Im at brands hatch for the bsb as we speak so i will probably put up a few motorbike ones soon.
Portia Conn by lewisbrymner, on Flickr
This is amazing! Any chance I can grab the full res version to use as a wallpaper?
Happy to oblige. Il also include a couple others if your ok waiting an evening or too. Bit busy next couple of days
Clicked through into your Flickr and absolutely love the split portraits!
A couple of teasers from Brands Hatch this weekend:
Tristen Palmer by bdigital101, on Flickr
Shakey by bdigital101, on Flickr
Love the Skoooda
Porsche Cabrio by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Morning Commuter by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Stuttgart by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
The Stuttgart shot is nice too.
Hey CMW i love that stuttgart shot - dont suppose you would mind telling me how you achieved it? Dont worry if not
No problem bdigital!
I'm actually not a huge fan of such blatant HDR
It's achieved by taking three photos of the same scene with different exposures.
So then I have one photo that's underexposed but has all the blue clouds + sky
another one that is midtones. And lastly the photo with all the shadow detail.
I merge them in Photoshop (or other software)
and then adjust levels/setting on how much of each photo I want to show.
With Canon dslr it's quite easy to do. With Nikon it's not as obvious to find the settings as the menu suck You can do it manually with almost any camera + a tripod.
The Porsche Curves by Neo - nimajus, on Flickr
Thank you very much. I would really like to try some HDR shots for myself, but so far have struggled to find the right subject and/or location.
Ive only had the camera around 6 weeks now and all ive done really is the festival of speed and british superbikes! Perhaps i need to go on some more scenic routes
I have a 550d and a tripod. So im assuming i just manually adjust settings to get the 3 differently exposed images, then do the rest with software when im home!
You could probably set the camera to bracket automatically, set up tripod compose how you want the image including "correct" exposure settings. Fire the shutter the camera will take three of five frames automatically with a stop or 0.5 either side, then yeah run it through some magic software.
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