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3 image HDR takin at saltwater beach.It is beautiful beach with a large lagoon on one side and a large popular surf beach on the other side.
beach, lagoon, hdr, rt2
Love it mate, this is superb…Just a question, the D60 doesn’t have auto bracketing on it?..How do you get your different exposures mate, via the EV+/- ??
Thanks Jason.I have to do it manualy i take one at metered exp then over exp buy 2 stops then under exp buy 2 stops. and each shoot is takin with 10 sec self timer so thats why i have trouble with the clouds moving :-( but i manage.. id love auto bracket :-)
– Rodney Trenchard
Yeah thats a beautiful one mate! By the way I exactly have the same problem for bracketing with my D60. Your better have a fast thumb to scroll the EV stops faster than the clouds =-) Will definitely be looking for ABE when buying my next camera.. not for soon though :-/
Thanks mate.Yeah when i got my d60 i hade never even herd of HDR
What a great image..I love the sky, and how the rocks and the sky lead you to the middle of the horizon
Thanks kim your to kind
Great shot. Love the POV with the rocks in the shot, nicely done
Thanks Joel i Apprecate it
Lovely image, HDR can sometimes look over cooked but this is great. Do you find 3 images at the time better than one in raw?
1RAW is heaps easer but i find that single “HDR” get really noisy.. but i still use the style alot.Thanks Almark.PS the sand dune on left is realy built up it stops the waves from coming over maybe thats why it apears a little up on that side (which i agree with) but she is fair dinkum straight! thanks for your comments and thoughts mate :-)
great work bud! love how the rocks lead you out along that lagoon…top shot!
Great shot! Nice storytelling with the rock. I like their texture too.
Thanks shady happy you like mate
Thank you so much.TO be featured with such fine art is a true houner
Bloody brillant this one is a ripper, well done and congrats on the feature.
Thanks mate this one was an after thought at the end of a shoot at the beach next door.Over the moon with the results