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Pratt & Whitney Engine--Frontal View
Oct 3, 2015 14:12:25   #
CanonShot Loc: Lancaster County, PA
 
This is a Pratt & Whitney 985-AN-1 engine. HDR, using natural fusion, in Photomatix Pro brings life to this scene.

-2
-2...

0
0...

+2
+2...

HDR
HDR...

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Oct 3, 2015 14:47:09   #
joe west Loc: Taylor, Michigan
 
CanonShot wrote:
This is a Pratt & Whitney 985-AN-1 engine. HDR, using natural fusion, in Photomatix Pro brings life to this scene.


last one looks good :-D :thumbup:

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Oct 4, 2015 08:33:46   #
SueMac Loc: Box Elder, SD
 
Nice HDR--not over done

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Oct 4, 2015 09:57:12   #
jerrylh Loc: Texas
 
Very nice

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Oct 4, 2015 10:52:42   #
CanonShot Loc: Lancaster County, PA
 
Thank you for sharing your thoughts... Joe, Sue, and Jerry.

Question: If I expand to five images, do I need to take out an underexposed and overexposed image of the same value, e.i. -3 and +3, to get a different look?

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Oct 4, 2015 11:34:59   #
346pak Loc: Texas
 
I took photos of that airplane at the annual Oshkosh fly in last year. I believe it is a Stinson. The engine and cowl are works of art. The HDR does it justice. Nice merge.

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Oct 4, 2015 12:07:10   #
CanonShot Loc: Lancaster County, PA
 
346pak wrote:
I took photos of that airplane at the annual Oshkosh fly in last year. I believe it is a Stinson. The engine and cowl are works of art. The HDR does it justice. Nice merge.


Thank you, Paul, and you are right. This 1929 Fairchild 71 was the 2014 Antique Grand Champion at Oshkosh.

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Oct 4, 2015 14:54:13   #
aammatj Loc: Zebulon, NC / Roscoe, Ill
 
Great use of HDR!!

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Oct 4, 2015 15:46:36   #
Merlin1300 Loc: New England, But Now & Forever SoTX
 
Pretty :) :)

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Oct 4, 2015 19:13:14   #
346pak Loc: Texas
 
CanonShot wrote:
Thank you, Paul, and you are right. This 1929 Fairchild 71 was the 2014 Antique Grand Champion at Oshkosh.


That's right it was a Fairchild. Gorgeous airplane.

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Oct 6, 2015 08:37:56   #
Billyspad Loc: The Philippines
 
Using 5 images on a shot like this will make no difference at all. 5 7 or 9 shots are needed when u have very bright areas in a subject combined with very dark. Church interior shot for instance. Dark shadows and bright windows.

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Oct 1, 2021 17:16:26   #
joecichjr Loc: Chicago S. Suburbs, Illinois, USA
 
CanonShot wrote:
This is a Pratt & Whitney 985-AN-1 engine. HDR, using natural fusion, in Photomatix Pro brings life to this scene.


Exceptional work 🎖️🎖️🎖️🎖️🎖️

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