Canon S2 Atlantic sunrise

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by John H, Nov 19, 2005.

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    John H Guest

    Here is a picture I took out the back with the Canon S2 this
    morning. http://members.accesswave.ca/~lifestyle/Page001.htm

    To try to enhance dynamic rage I bracketed and layered one
    exposure over the other erasing the underexposed part.

    Always interested in how others might have done it or on ways
    to improve.
     
    John H, Nov 19, 2005
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    Tim Guest

    Here is a picture I took out the back with the Canon S2 this
    I like the picture - very nice - any chance of a bigger version?

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tutorials/digital-blending.shtml has 3
    different ways of getting the same effect

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/tutorials/hdr.shtml Has a CS2 tutorial

    HTH

    Tim
     
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    John H Guest

    Full size version here, Tim.
    http://members.accesswave.ca/~parklane/sunrise.jpg

    Thanks for the pointers to the tutorials. I went over the second one
    a few days ago and made a quick attempt with this picture at HDR
    merging in CS2 without much success. I'll revisit it and try to find
    what went askew.

    The sun was melting the frost as the picture was taken and I
    believe the light is catching the water droplets in the foreground.
    Would the reddish fringe be CR?
     
    John H, Nov 20, 2005
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    Tim Guest

    Hi John

    Thanks for the bigger pic - I'm a real sucker for low sunlight over "bumpy"
    grass type shots - just think they look great - so that, the water and, oh
    yeah some sunset thing going on equals a great picture to me :)

    Don't know about the reddish fringes - if you mean Chromatic Aberration then
    I'm not sure - I thought that showed up as purple fringing, although as the
    light is so yellow that could throw the spectrum out - I'm afraid you'll
    have to wait until one of the experts here steps in

    Cheers

    Tim
     
    Tim, Nov 20, 2005
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