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1800 sales and other two images accepted ...

A salute to the entire community of Dreamstime, I recently reached 1800 sales and have accepted two images, which are also my first tone mapping and a panoramic photograph. The program that I used for thetone mapping is SNS HDR, which has a great algorithm, as it creates a very soft HDR. The panoramic photograph is composed of 9 raw images, combined with the plug in Photomerge of PhotoshopCC. I hope you enjoy them, I renew my greetings!   continue reading

Pixel mapping

I was reading my news letter from Olympus Inc. the other day and I saw something that piqued my interest.There was an article about pixel mapping.The article stated that a person could improve the quality of their exposures by doing a simple maneuver using the menu function.The article stated you should pixel map at least twice a year due to the fact that pixels located on your light sensor either malfunction, absorbing too much light causing "hot spots" on your images, or the pixels die,... continue reading

High Dynamic Range Images (HDR)

Since the last camera upgrade last year (details here), I've been experimenting with the HDR techniques. My previous cameras did not have the exposure auto-bracketing function, and this function was one of the reasons why I have decided to buy a Canon 450D.HDR comes from Higy Dynamic Range images and refers to images having a greater dynamic range of luminance between the light and darker part of a scene than normal photography techniques. Its intention is to more accurately render the wide range... continue reading

Making HDR Pictures (Part IIA)

When you load pictures, in RAW format, to Photomatix for HDR processing you specify what algorithms the processor is to use to correct for camera movements and objects motions in the scene. There are two algorithms for each.In camera motion correction I usually take the more compute intensive option, ie to align the picture by matching the features in the scene instead of the simpler vertical and horizontal corrections. However sometimes this complex algorithm fails. Then I revert to the simpler... continue reading

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