At 5/29/2021 10:10 PM, One Shot wrote:
>On 5/27/2021 8:40 AM, Ken Norton wrote:
>>Chugach Mountains. Eagle River Nature Center. Alaska. Photo taken with
>>the Olympus E-1 and 12-60 SWD lens. 5-image (handheld) HDR processed
>>in Adobe Lightroom.
>Just went back to look at this again; yup looks like I recall. I like almost
>all your photos. The subject and framing are great here.
>But it just looks soft. Whatever the cause(s), low pixel count, processing,
>whatever, it just doesn't have the sense of detail resolved that I like in
>this sort of subject.
>I'm also a little befuddled by a five bracket HDR where all tonal detail is
>missing from the expanses of snow. I wonder if a better result could be done
>using just the one exposure where highlights just kiss the top of the
>Seems like every time I shoot a bracketed series for exposure, there is one
>exposure that is all I need.
>One Shot Moose
I would suspect that the E-1 does not have the dynamic range to do one shot.
Not sure what the cost of combining handheld images. The other question is
F-stop for that DOF and diffraction issues.
Not being a Lightroom person, to me, the ease of creating luminosity masks in
Photoshop to help control the combining would be my preferred way to go.
Nice shot though.
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