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Old 01-01-2008, 12:32 AM   #21
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Yeah I have a D200 and a d70s backup with a pretty sweet outfit. D50'* are great you like it? I have done a few things here and there
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Vince, you're right Photoshop sucks at HDR, and your HDR pictures are amazing, but on the other hand, as far as i can tell, JPGs can come awfully close to using the full spectrum of a normal computer monitor.
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Vince, you're right Photoshop sucks at HDR, and your HDR pictures are amazing, but on the other hand, as far as i can tell, JPGs can come awfully close to using the full spectrum of a normal computer monitor.
Yeah regular monitors wont show much but if you want to check it out shoot a 12bit image and then shoot a 8 bit image and then try to adjust the exposure in photoshop see how far you can adjust it until you start seeing artifacts in the different parts of the picture. You dont need a crazy expensive computer montior to see that, Its a pretty big difference. Thats why i shoot raw 12bit images.
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Yeah I have a D200 and a d70s backup with a pretty sweet outfit. D50'* are great you like it? I have done a few things here and there
yeah i like it. its a little low in the MP count, but i dont do big prints either (8x10) so it doesnt really matter. what do you have for a flash setup? i need a good one.
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Vince, you're right Photoshop sucks at HDR, and your HDR pictures are amazing, but on the other hand, as far as i can tell, JPGs can come awfully close to using the full spectrum of a normal computer monitor.
Yeah regular monitors wont show much but if you want to check it out shoot a 12bit image and then shoot a 8 bit image and then try to adjust the exposure in photoshop see how far you can adjust it until you start seeing artifacts in the different parts of the picture. You dont need a crazy expensive computer montior to see that, Its a pretty big difference. Thats why i shoot raw 12bit images.
I think i see what you're saying now, so when you go adjusting a raw 12bit image, there is more information in the lights and darks that you can bring out.
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exactly. it may not be a huge difference just looking at an image side by side, but there is a lot more information to work with.
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I have 2 SB-800 with a wireless setup works Great!!

Yeah even if you look at the file size from a 8bit to a 12bit its a significate difference.

I also have 4 ML-600 normans that are wireless also.
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My HDR is done with a single photo using:





But to be honest, the photography I do is a little more dynamic so I don't really have the chance to do HDR.
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