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Kris Kros Photography
Want to see more of my HDRs? Then, you better check my HDR Set.
Most of the time I posted an HDR with moving people and objects, I received inquiries as to how I achieved it. And usually being asked, "Is your HDR made up of a single shot or multiple shots?" And this is my reply.
First off, you may use RAW and create different exposures of your one shot using software e.g. Photoshop. There's a flickr group specifically that caters for HDRs from RAW.
You may obtain what I'm doing using that process.
However, mine is a little bit different. Lot of work is involved in my unique process but the result is excellent because I use 3 or 5 real shots to have a wider dynamic range covering the shadows, mid and highlights. With one shot, sometimes, it will not yield a good hdr.
But all the best with the RAW process.
And fuzzbox, I don't use LucisArt. Just Photomatix and Photoshop CS2. Could be another venture to look into, btw. I was asked beforehand and not sure if it was you. But, no at this time. I checked their website and they do have some pretty good images from their gallery.
Oh BTW, in response to m @ r i t e s s, it didn't rain and the ground was not really wet. It's part of the post processing I did that created this wet look of the walk of fame.
Thanks and cheers to all.
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