HDR tutorial – part 3
It took me longer than expected, but finally I have added the third part to my HDR tutorial. This one focuses on different problems that can arise in tone-mapped HDR and how to solve them.
I hope it will be helpful at least for some of you. If you find any errors, or you can understand some part, feel free to comment and I will try to reply.
The ceiling of the Lady Chapel
Just to add to the variability on my blog I edit old photos from time to time. And this is one from my visit to Liverpool in 2010. I’m always a little sad when editing old photos, as I know I could have taken them better. But there are also good memories from the trips so it evens thing out :)
Number of exposures: 3; Camera Model: Canon EOS 450D; Lens: Sigma 10-20mm F3.5;
Focal length: 10 mm; Aperture: 10.0; Middle exposure time: 5s; ISO: 100; Tripod used: yes
Where was this photo taken:
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