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The most powerful manual image luminosity control technique I've come across.
I've been using it for a few months though I still struggle with it. If you can master it then you've got access to a very powerful tool.
The concept - http://www.goodlight.us/writing/lumi...tymasks-1.html
Applying it towards HDR - http://www.goodlight.us/writing/pain...tinghdr-1.html
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Why is everyone crapping on everyone?
The vast majority of you guys ignored my article... granted it had a price, but I didn't come back and cause a big stink, and get all personal. Businessmen don't hand around their secrets to the opposition - and many of us being businessmen, we know this, so why are serious togs expected to? I'm quite prepared to pay for something if Hougaard, or Peter or anyone attaches a price. Most of the freebees I've downloaded are glossed over doggydoo, that's why they're free. Granted, there are gems, but gems are hard to find. Anyway that's my take. Click click...
Do you really think that comments like this are called for? Does it make you feel good to insult someone on an open forum like this. If you feel the need to make these type of comments, why not send the recipient a private mail?
Originally Posted by Grahame Lane
JOHANN VAN RENSBURG
POWERED BY CANON
OK everyone involved - do your personal people comments via PM or e-mail, we will not have that in the forum. Lets not close another HDR thread!!!
Simon Du Plessis
(I'll keep on shooting, and one of these days I'll get it right!)
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