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Discussion in 'Photography' started by Barbarian, Jun 25, 2017.

  1. Barbarian

    Barbarian Member

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    Christian:
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  2. jasonc

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    Christian:
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    Why I would think that would be better in black and white is just me.
     
  3. Barbarian

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    Christian:
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    Ummm...
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    Not bad.
     
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  4. jasonc

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    Christian:
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    The glow from maxing the clarity is what I often see ,and it's why I thought of using black and white.
     
  5. Barbarian

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    Christian:
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    It's called "haloing", and it's an artifiact of HDR processing to bring everything in the picture into proper exposure. It's more noticeable in the B&W version. If I was going to do it right, I'd blend out the halo. Takes a lot of time to do that right, though.
     
  6. jasonc

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    Christian:
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    I don't always get that unless it's a bright and sunny day and I'm facing the sun.
     
  7. Barbarian

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    Christian:
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    You've done HDR?
     
  8. jasonc

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    Christian:
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    Several images I have posted have that, my camera,I believe does it automatically.
     
  9. Barbarian

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    Christian:
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    Yes, I've noticed that. The ones I've seen don't adjust dynamic range enough to produce halos.

    Sounds like a project. Shoot a shaded subject, ideally something complex like tree branches, against a bright sky (not the sun) and see what happens. If that doesn't induce haloing, nothing will.
     
  10. jasonc

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    Christian:
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    Three or more of images have them.this is but a one of a few I posted on imgur that has the halo.it was 4 pm when I took the photo[​IMG]
     
  11. Barbarian

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    Christian:
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    Yep. That's an HDR halo.
     
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  12. Paoli S.

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    Just wondering how you post photos here.
    I am running a Mac Bookpro with Iphoto and was trying to drag photos into the forum.
    But it does not work like it does on Ipernity, Flickr. or Facebook.
     

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