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HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens from a tripod.

Gas Station
Gas Station, originally uploaded by theodevil.

Canon EOS 450D ,Sigma  10-20mm F/3.5 EX DC HSM,  ISO 100, HDR, 3 Exposures, tripod

Sunset Tree

HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens from a tripod.

Sunset TreeHDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens from a tripod.

Old church

Another beautiful wooden church :). This photo was taken at the Open-air museum in Bardejovske kupele.

HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens from a tripod.

Old churchAnother beautiful wooden church :). This photo was taken at the Open-air museum in Bardejovske kupele. The inside of this church can be seen on a photo in this set. HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens from a tripod.

Fallen

One of the graves of a Russian soldier from WW2 near the Death Valley in Slovakia. HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20m lens from a tripod.

FallenOne of the graves of a Russian soldier from WW2 near the Death Valley in Slovakia. HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20m lens from a tripod.

HDR tip #2:

Problem: Would like to create a HDR image, but only have a single exposure and its a JPG file.

Solution: As programs like Adobe Camera RAW support also JPG files you can take your JPG photo and split it into different exposures. Just create three copies, one with -2EV, one at 0 and one at +2EV. From here the process is exactly same as if you taken three separate photos.

I use this usually when I edit older photos, taken before I started with HDR photography. The results are mixed. Sometimes this really helps a photograph, sometimes it doesn’t.

Night by the Lake

I really like my camera (Canon 450D) but it’s really not that great for night shots. Still sometimes I’m really pleased with the result. HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 18-200mm lens from a tripod.

Night by the LakeI really like my camera (Canon 450D) but it's really not that great for night shots. Still sometimes I'm really pleased with the result. HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 18-200mm lens from a tripod.

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