Thursday, 30 October 2008

HDR Photos With Dynamic-Photo HDR Software



Just been playing with Dynamic-Photo HDR software by Media Chance

HMS Belfast and Tower Bridge

HDR Photos With Dynamic-Photo HDR Software

Think i went a bit over the top with the HDR and colour filters but i still like the photo

HDR Photos With Dynamic-Photo HDR Software

Lloyds Building London

Lloyds Building London HDR

Came out a little better but without clouds in the sky i don't feel the photo has as much impact

Lloyds Building London HDR

8 comments:

Bentes said...

Nice ones! :)
hehehehe
Try the one with that tall metallic building that you took. That must turn out cool also.

Eyerex said...

Just added The Lloyds Building London it does add a little something but think it works better when there's clouds in the sky

Bentes said...

Yes, it looks better with clouds. In the case of your last photo I guess the original looks a lot better. :)

Do you own a tripod? You could use it to take the 3 photos (one normal, one overexposed and one under exposed) and then mixed them with that software. They look a lot better and with less noise.

Eyerex said...

I have a tripod problem is i take my photos with a Finepix F40 which does have settings to change exposure but a little fiddly and my SLR's are 35mm film cameras. I will have to save my pennies and maybe pic up a cheap Canon EOS 350D

Bentes said...

I also wanted a 350, but once I saw a bran new olympus E400 for 200eur and I couldn't resist. :)
It's not everyday that you buy a new 10MP DSLR for 200Eur.

Anyway, I'm pretty satisfied with my camera only thing is that when you want to buy new lenses, there is much more choice for canon and nikon. Especially in the second hand market...

Steve ten Have said...

Perhaps chuck a little vignetting on the last one (Lloyds Building) to take attention away from the peripheral building - either that or clone it out?

Some of my shots around the area including the Lloyds builging are here: http://stevetenhave.blogspot.com/2008/09/me-and-good-friend-of-mine-recently.html

Eyerex said...

Just popped over to your site and some great photos around london and places around the world

baincardin said...

Gorgeous!

I'm practising HDR so bad! ^_^