How to get a perfect dynamic range (Exposure Blending)


posted on 16th of march, 2011

Here I am going to explain a method which can give you a perfect Dynamic Range. I am going to focus on exposure blending.

Why this method?
"Because this method gives me the most accurate color rendition which I saw on the actual site." I don't say that you should not use other methods like graduated neutral density filters, HDR etc. Just have this also in your set of tricks :). I prefer this method because it gives the most accurate colors. I don't promise that you can be a great photographer after reading this but I can definitely promise you will get all the colors right on the money.

Basic concept of blending :-
No camera in the market, can capture perfect dynamic range of colors which our eyes see (closely 16 stops). When shooting JPEGs Nikon D7000 claims to capture almost 14 stops at ISO...

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Posted by Myfairies on March 22, 2011
Thank you! This is a great help for me :)
Posted by Adeliepenguin on March 21, 2011
Thank you for sharing your method. I use a third party software for my HDR images. I think next time I might try your approach too, and compare the results.
Posted by Grafvision on March 21, 2011
Thanks for sharing..........good information....



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The sharpest Tokina 11-16mm and its chromatic abberation


posted on 18th of march, 2011

Note : whatever I am discussing here applies iff (if and only if) you are going to print bigger than 12x18 sq. inch size of a photograph. Below that size you just need a DSLR and any lens, yes I said any lens. And that will give you same result as $8000 camera with $1900 lens.

Here I am going to discuss something which is going to fascinate most of the crop sensor camera shooters. And this is about beautiful Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 lens.

So what makes this lens so special?
Very first thing is, it is an ultra wide-angle lens. Maybe not a big deal then what makes it so desirable? That is its widest aperture f2.8, means a lot of light in low light situation. As well as it has one very impressive point - it is the sharpest lens ever I have used on a DX (cropped sensor) body. I have...

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Posted by Joe1971 on March 20, 2011
It is good lens.
Posted by FabioConcetta on March 20, 2011
The Tokina is a great and beautiful goal for his relationship quality and price, congratulations for review in future, my next purchase will be the sigma 12 24, I think it has a very high creative potential, as well as good quality, bye !
Posted by Egomezta on March 20, 2011
Another great blog, thanks for sharing...



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