Bob:They're both very nice. I like the silhouette of Lanai and better flare suppression in the horizontal. I don't think you get much difference between the HDRI / non-HDRI pictures on the web, since they're both compressed to 8 bits per color for JPEG if you used Photoshop.
Mark Bohrer www.mountain-and-desert.com Wildlife on the urban edge Bob Adler wrote:
yes. I added two of these images without using HDRI; only some histogram adjustments. These non-HDR images have the shutter speed in the EXIF info at the bottom. Which do you prefer?Best, BobBob AdlerPalo Alto, CA rgacpa@xxxxxxxxx http://www.raflexions.com ----- Original Message ---- From: Ric Carter <ricc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: leica@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Thursday, November 6, 2008 5:35:10 PM Subject: Re: Last Night's Sunset very nice HD process? ric On Nov 6, 2008, at 7:57 PM, Bob Adler wrote: > Still on Maui. This with the 21: > http://raflexions.com/Maui2/content/L1003330_1_2_tonemapped_large.html > > This with the 35 and a bit of flare: > http://raflexions.com/Maui2/content/L1003337_8_9_tonemapped_large.html > > Nothing but sunsets and flowers.... > Best, > Bob > > > Bob Adler > Palo Alto, CA > rgacpa@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:rgacpa@xxxxxxxxx> > http://www.raflexions.com > > > =========================================================To Unsubscribe: Send email to leica-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:leica-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. The acknowledgment that you then receive MUST be replied to per instructions. You may also log in to the Web interface to unsubscribe.
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