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Dortmund 2017-06 (Hayo's Images)
« on: 30/07/2017, 15:42:07 »
I finally made some time to finish processing my 2017 workshop images (still a couple of thousand left...). But here at least is a selection from the Industrial Heritage workshop from June.

Can you guess which ones are HDR processed and which aren't?

Enjoy!

The machine hall

24mm, f/11, 1/40″, ISO 100

The Machine Hall

24mm, f/11, 1/80″, ISO 100

Stained glass

24mm, f/11, 1/30″, ISO 100

Pressure meters

105mm, f/11, 0.4″, ISO 100

Controls

105mm, f/11, 0.6″, ISO 100

Electric brushes

105mm, f/11, 1″, ISO 100

Oil reservoir

105mm, f/11, 0.5″, ISO 100

Oil reservoirs

105mm, f/11, 0.4″, ISO 100

Coils

105mm, f/11, 2.5″, ISO 100

Rusty rivets

105mm, f/11, 1/13″, ISO 100

Wagons

24mm, f/11, 1/40″, ISO 100

Journals

24mm, f/11, 3″, ISO 400

On top of the coke oven

24mm, f/11, 1/60″, ISO 100

Under the coke oven

24mm, f/11, 8″, ISO 3200

Inside the mixing unit

24mm, f/11, 2.5″, ISO 800

The “Union” building

24mm, f/11, 1/13″, ISO 400
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Re: Dortmund 2017-06 (Hayo's Images)
« Reply #1 on: 31/07/2017, 14:06:15 »
Ok, wow. Very impressive. I can't really tell which ones are HDR-based. I guess maybe picture 4: the close-up of the dials, is not HDR? And perhaps the close-ups of the oil vials. But that may be because I was not that impressed with the effect of HDR on my own close-ups.

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Re: Dortmund 2017-06 (Hayo's Images)
« Reply #2 on: 31/07/2017, 14:35:30 »
Hi hi, in fact only the second and third image are HDR, none of the others are :)
(if you shoot RAW the images from many cameras these days contain so much data that using a series of brackets is no longer necessary to provide both highlight and shadow detail. I like this very much since it speeds up processing a lot!)
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