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Roman Racela

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Re: Upper Antelope Canyon
« Reply #20 on: May 25, 2013, 02:40:54 pm »

Thanks Scott. I was just experimenting with the camera's HDR feature since I've never used it before. I'm actually quite please with the result. It does make sense to a bracketed set of images in RAW and combine them in PS or Photomatix, but most times introducing the human element to HDR images just screws things up. At least in my case, I just want to tweek everything and before I know it the processed image just looks weird. I think the in-camera HDR works best for me :)

Lovely, Roman.

But why shoot in-camera HDR when you can shoot three or more RAWs and have control over the outcome in processing? Just curious.
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Re: Upper Antelope Canyon
« Reply #21 on: May 27, 2013, 05:45:50 pm »

Nice shots guys. Here's one I took a couple of weeks ago. Had a hell of a time trying to time the shutter with the airborne sand/dust fall as I have a 2 second delay and mirror lockup on my 5D mkii. It was something of an ordeal shooting under such crowded and hurried conditions but I think a I got a few good shots. Did you guys see my post about suggestions to make it a more comfortable experience for future masses? http://www.luminous-landscape.com/forum/index.php?topic=78797.new%3btopicseen#new
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