16 thoughts on “HDR: before and after (single v.s multi exposure)

  1. arif sultan

    Your work is heart touching and unbelievable. I have no words to describe my expressions.

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  2. sadi uzun ıstanbul tr

    süper cok faydalı bilgileriniz yaralanıyorum teşelkurler (thank you,ı loyou)

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  3. Olena Blagovierna

    Здравствуйте! Меня зовут Елена. Я родилась в Украине,но уже 7 лет проживаю в Дании. Несколько дней назад мои знакомые рассказали о Вас и показали ваши фото. Мне очень они понравились.Супер. Очень ярко и реалистично. Хотела бы попробовать такие фото делать но не могла найти ничего на русском. Есть ли у Вас видео уроки?

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  4. Aleksandr

    Обалдеть!!! Это очень красиво и реалистично! Ведёте ли вы занятия на русском языке? Очень охота научиться делать такие потрясающие вещи!

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    • admin

      Thank you Alexander.
      Poka moja russian-speaking auditoria malenkaja, i u nas net russkojazichnih yrokov, sorry.

  5. Hey Alex, Hope you doing great, Alex i love your photography, specially you HDR, i am an Artist of Photoshop Digital Artworks, and i have also tried HDR so many times, but i couldn’t get nice results such as you have in your Photographs, i love to buy your HDR book, but i can’t.. cox i’m from Pakistan and i don’t have credit card or something that helps me to get this book. Alex sir please share your ideas with me. am your biggest fan, sir please can you send me this book for free.. please sir i shall be your thankful even i died…!

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    • admin

      You’ve got it my friend!

      • Thank You Alex Sir… i’m so happy & so emotional for your kindness…!! may god bless you and your family in every sphere of life, Thank You So Much. :-)

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  6. I love HDR, and have tried it a few times myself…I am curious how you do HDR with multiple exposures, when your subject is moving… (splash of waves, people walking).

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    • admin

      Steve,
      quite often I shoot hand-held, and not only 3 AEB exposures, but 3+3, dialing Ev compensation in between. So, it is not only objects are moving, but the camera is shaking:-)
      However, Photomatix does a great job stitching together shots like this, and selective de-ghosting tool can take care of moving people, etc.

  7. It’s great to see all these examples of the same picture with or without HDR effect, I helps a lot to see what you can get with this technique.
    As Octavio many people complains about the unrealistic feel in HDR but I guess that is only about the photographer eye during the processing; not all the HDR pictures look this way.

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  8. HDR is very funny but… is too unreal and fake I prefer the natural look maybe adjust the range and curves a little in photoshop

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  9. Sergey

    I became acquainted with your information with great interest. Thanks for your creative work.

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  10. Micah Burke

    Great shot of Santana Row!

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  11. Ali

    AMAZING

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  12. Me han impresionado las imagenes que muestras, pero ni el ojo humano es capaz de ver de esa forma.
    Buen trabajo.

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