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    This is a screenshot from my HDR Tutorial. I hope it is helpful to you!

    starch ( Branko Starcevic ), natblan, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. mattsonster 96 months ago | reply

      can you share this desktop with me?
      pm me if it won't bother you. thanks, Oleg

    2. Trishy Wishy 96 months ago | reply

      That looks like the thing to have!!!

    3. Jonnyfez 96 months ago | reply

      Looking forward to it!!

    4. Robertson the Bruce 96 months ago | reply

      great image to work with! will this be available to mere mortals? is it part of a commercially available program?

    5. blaumond 96 months ago | reply

      a nice wallpaper for the desktop!
      shows you every day how nice nature can be :-)

    6. _Allen_ 96 months ago | reply

      It's got to be a 17" MacBookPro .. Right?

      The fact that you have Aperture installed is a dead give-away :)

      I've got the 15" MBP, it runs Aperture as fast as my Dual 2ghz G5 at home.

    7. Stuck in Customs 96 months ago | reply

      Hehe you guys are funny with these comments already! :)

      Yes it is a sweet sweet 17" Mac BUT NOT a MacBookPro. I am getting the MBP soon... Aperture is great for organizing my photos, but I still get caught up in it sometimes with queries... I'll leave open questions in my tutorial so maybe some of you smart mac guys out there can help me out too!

      If you like that pic above and want it for your desktop, mattsonster (or anyone else), be my guest... the pic is at:


    8. Scott Dungan 96 months ago | reply

      Cool test. I'm jealous of the Mac.... still using an hp:(

    9. Holy Outlaw 96 months ago | reply

      Looking forward to the tutorial! I saw something today that struck me as perfect for HDR/EDR, but I didn't have a tripod. Oh well. I guess that would be lesson one: One must have a tripod to do HDR photos. More so than panoramas, which can be occasionally fudged.

    10. dezsö [deleted] 96 months ago | reply

      this is a great idea, I am looking forward to the FREE? tutorial...i am investigating now options for software and a new camera sometime in the future.

    11. Stuck in Customs 96 months ago | reply

      Hehe free tutorial yes :) Just giving back to the cool Flickr community and all my good friends in the Cabal!

      I am writing a lot of text for this on my blog... there are a lot of tutorial shots and they will flow better with the text... so don't try to figure out the process too much just by looking through this stream... you may get vexed.

    12. arutha 95 months ago | reply

      Very good tutorial. I actually learned about some new tools and techniques from it. Thanks! :)

    13. Kol Tregaskes 84 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm the admin for a new group called Tutorial by Picture, and I'd love to have your pictures added to the group?

    14. HUSTON PHOTOGRAPHY [deleted] 79 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the tutorial!

    15. Stuck in Customs 64 months ago | reply

      Note that I swapped out the pic above... some comments make not make sense any more! :)

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