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The Blue Ridge Mountains as seen from Lake Arrowhead
Tonemapped in Photomatix from a single shot

Comments

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteabout 3 years ago

    Awesome capture and location.

  • Thanks so much Julia for your kind words! :))

    – James Brotherton

  • Anna Ryan
    Anna Ryanabout 3 years ago

    Beautiful work! :)

  • Thank you Anna :)

    – James Brotherton

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesabout 3 years ago

    Gorgeous work hun. I am interested in knowing how you tone map your single shots. :D

  • Thanks Jackie! You can do that In Photomatix from the file menu, Instead of choosing load bracketed shots, just choose open!

    – James Brotherton

  • Sheryl Gerhard
    Sheryl Gerhardalmost 3 years ago

    Gorgeous colors. Great capture James!

  • Thank you Sheryl!

    – James Brotherton

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkealmost 3 years ago

    What a gorgeous capture James.

  • Thank you so much Bunny :)

    – James Brotherton

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesalmost 3 years ago

    I may have to look into purchasing Photomatix. I have tried it out before on one of my cards… but didn’t have the money to purchase. And I kind of “tone mapped” a picture of 2 in PSP. :D But I like how you do it because you don’t overprocess and make it look fake like some do.

  • No, I don’t like that either. I want hdr to do what it’s supposed to do, even out the overexposed and underexposed parts. A pretty good substitute is LuminanceHDR which is free, but you must use 3 or more bracketed shots and render times are a little longer.

    – James Brotherton

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