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Maashorst HDR 4/10 Today I went on a trip to practice some landscape photography at the Maashorst forest, Heesch, which is only one mile away from me. To spice up the scenes, I did some handshot bracketing and HDR processing. As you can see, I pushed things to the extreme, which I know is not everybody's cup of tea. Consider these experiments. HDR,Heesch,Maashorst Click/tap to enlarge

Maashorst HDR 4/10

Today I went on a trip to practice some landscape photography at the Maashorst forest, Heesch, which is only one mile away from me. To spice up the scenes, I did some handshot bracketing and HDR processing. As you can see, I pushed things to the extreme, which I know is not everybody's cup of tea. Consider these experiments.

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  1. Ok, ok, you've convinced me, I've gotta do HDR more often:) I forgot my tripod on holiday, so I did none. Are these single shot RAWs, I read about hand bracketing which is quite hard without ghosting. I like the dramatic effects. Posted 8 years ago
    1. Nope, these are 3 seperate shots, shot by hand, all in RAW. True that it leads to ghosting but I had no other choice since I did not have my tripod with me. Photoshop CS6 is quite good in removing ghosts btw. Posted 8 years ago

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Uploaded Aug 4, 2012. Captured Aug 4, 2012 14:51.
  • NIKON D7000
  • f/11.0
  • 1/200s
  • ISO3600
  • 18mm