Saturday, October 4, 2008

HDR

Gløshaugen copy

This is my first HDR picture. 10 shots merged together, captured in Trondheim this summer. The large building is part of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

32 comments:

  1. Wow

    This is like a heaven! Soooooooooooo beautiful!

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  2. Meget bra jobbet dette Ivar.
    Bruker du PS, Photmatix... ?

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  3. This is shot is simply magical. Thank you for sharing it.

    Thank you also for coming by blog and leaving such a kind comment on my humble offerings. :-)

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  4. HDR photos have a very otherworldly look. This one is awesome.

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  5. Ja det er sikkert mange måter å gjøre det på. Nå har jeg kun lagd HDR av fem eksponeringer.
    Jeg har alltid latt Photomatix legge sammen bildene, så har jeg lagt på tone mapping og eksportert Tiff filen til PS Lightroom og gjort de siste justeringer der, som beskjæring, oppskrarping osv. før jeg har lagret det i sRGB og til jpg.

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  6. Språket i kommentarene over her skjønner ikke jeg "bæra" av, men FLOTT var nå bildet :-))

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  7. Just take a look at the clouds! WOW!!!

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  8. Kult!!
    Jeg også leker litt med HDR, men jeg har aldri brukt mer enn 3 bilder.
    Dette ble uansett lekkert!!

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  9. What a great view as well... I have only seen I few done this this and not got my head around how it is all done but the overall effect is stunning.

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  10. Ganske stilig. Skyene ble jo helt "smash". Henger meg på kommentaren til Anemone.

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  11. 10 shots! wow, this is a great picture.
    Super !
    Gr.
    P-TER

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  12. Ivar- A very nice HDR! I know my first attempts didn't look like this. When I first saw HDR images, I became enamored, wanting to find out how those images were produced. Now, I hardly take HDR type shots anymore at all, but it really is a fun photographic technique. I can't wait until our cameras will be able to capture 10 stop dynamic range straight up in one image.

    Tom

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  13. Tusen takk for at du stikker innom fotobloggen min og gir meg så god tilbakemelding på bildene mine. Jeg blir litt kry når jeg får skryt av en ekspert som deg.
    Ønsker deg en fin helg.

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  14. I'm amazed Ivar. I'm slowly creeping back into the blogging world and my first picture to see almost knocked me back on the ground! That's very well done! =)
    Hope you are having a nice weekend.
    ~Michele~

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  15. that looks like a painting.........I have so much to learn about photography...LOL

    Gill in Canada

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  16. The more I look at your pictures, the more I LOVE your work. It is so beautiful. I wish I could follow you around for a day or two. Thank you for sharing so many beautiful pictures!

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  17. I reached my limit.
    High Dynamic Range Imageing is new knowledge. Intriguing:

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  18. Great depth in this one. It takes some extra time to make the HDR-image, but in this case I believe you made good out of the extra mile.

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  19. Soooooooooooooo cool! Gorgeous! I have to say I was excited to see your comment on my blog! Thanks!

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  20. Ja det er tatt rett her nede på Gulskogen gård. Gulskogen gård hører til Drammen museum og der holder de til.

    Jeg har noen HDR bilder fra gården, de ligger under labelen Gulskogen gård.

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  21. How very cool, HDR is such a pleasure, excellent view to do this processing.

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  22. Interesting. I'm split on HDR in general. The biggest problem is, that we don't have the monitors to actually really see the actual color depth, to technically make it work.
    But it's a great 1st attempt - certainly better than mine!
    Cheers, Klaus

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  23. Wonderfully merged and great clouds

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  24. wonderful creation - i love looking at your photos

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  25. Ivar: Very neat shot made from all those photos.

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  26. HDRs are neat. I too want to learn this technique/trick someday.

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  27. Some day I might get interested in, or find enough patience for the extra work with HDR...
    That's a great shot -- so it looks like it's worth it...

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  28. Ivar, thats beautiful,, incredible.. nice work!

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  29. I've only tried HDR a few times. Your image certainly inspires us all to experiment.

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  30. Thanks for the visit and the comment.

    This is a stunning result, Ivar.

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