Posted by: Anonymous
on February 24, 2008 03:10 PM
HDR images has done many many years, since B/W photos was easy to develope on home 'wet-workflow'. You could do this kind things but it was skillfull job to get frames to be exact on same position. Diafilm has so much greater dynamic on colors/light so it's easy to get from one slide great picture, but the picture taking itself is much harder (correct exposure is needed).
Now with DSRL time, we have RAW format what allows us to recover +/- 2-3 F-stops from one image and it's bretty easy to get nice HDR image. It's even better if you just braket 3-6 frame and combine them.
And if you are taking long exposure shots (over 1s), take one black frame with same settings (cover your lens and take picture) so you can remove image noise from it before you make HDR image :-)