I just tried the white balance dropper on it and when I clicked on the
balconies, it added considerable yellow and magenta. I prefer it the way
it is, though.
This was a bracketed series of 5 with one stop between each shot. That's
the way I normally set up a series when I intend to try extending the
On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 10:15 AM, Joel Wilcox <jfwilcox@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 3, 2012, at 05:55 AM, Carlos J. Santisteban wrote:
> > Hi Tina and all,
> > >This is an HDR of five photos,
> > >but it really did look exactly like this from our room:
> > >
> > ><http://www.pbase.com/image/146390956>
> > Yet another EXCELLENT sample of a *properly* done HDR. Once again, thanks
> > for sharing!
> I keep looking at this each time it comes up and really like the
> results. However, I keep wondering if the light/white "fencing" around
> the apartment "decks" of the foremost building were in reality quite as
> cyan as they appear?
> Also, did you set up a bracket sequence to capture this range?
> Joel W.
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