Old train car

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    Not really an HDR person, but found a neat old passenger rail car rotting on the tracks and took the opportunity to take some shots, unfortunately without a tripod.

    5 images, and me fumbling around with slider bars, because I have no clue how to do HDR correctly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willis View Post
    Not really an HDR person, but found a neat old passenger rail car rotting on the tracks and took the opportunity to take some shots, unfortunately without a tripod.

    5 images, and me fumbling around with slider bars, because I have no clue how to do HDR correctly

    how many actual exposures is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukejustice View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Willis View Post
    Not really an HDR person, but found a neat old passenger rail car rotting on the tracks and took the opportunity to take some shots, unfortunately without a tripod.

    5 images, and me fumbling around with slider bars, because I have no clue how to do HDR correctly

    how many actual exposures is this?
    -2, -1, 0, 1, 2

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    Nikon 500mm f/4 AF-S II

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    you hand held 5 exposures?

    if you're not using a tripod just take one exposure it make 5 copies in lightroom/photoshop. you wont get the same range, but it will be close enough and it will be a lot more sharp.


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