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04-06-12, 03:31 PM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Kingston, Ontario
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......................and the only solutions to that is: 1) Use a Graduated Neutral Density filter, or 2) Take 2 (or 3) shots, exposing for the sky, mid tones and shadows then run them through the HDR process in Photoshop
Or forget HDR (you may not even have Photoshop or other HDR program) and just blend the images together......
check out the Tutorial here
I've been a fan of Graduated ND filters for some years, but I'm slowly coming around to the 'blending in layers' method as a better alternative. Grad NDs can have problems with irregular horizons or parts of a scene where a simple 'half and half' filter doesn't do the business.
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