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Where is Frank Ogeboom?????
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Viktor Elizarov

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Lightroom HDR – Shooting for HDR with Compact Camera
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http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/lightroom-hdr-shooting-for-hdr-with-compact-camera/

That was the day when we had amazing cloud formations over Island of Montreal. My original plan was to wait until evening and try to capture sunset colors over Sait Lawrence river.

But when I saw these shapes and colors in the local park around noon, I knew I had to stop and take a few shots. All I had with me is my favorite compact camera – Pansonic Lumix Lx7.

My goal was to come up with the composition that emphasizes an amazing color contrast between white clouds, deep blue sky and green grass, and at the same time to make the shapes of the clouds the main attraction.

Shooting

Lumix LX7 allows to shoot maximum of 3 bracketed exposures, but it was more than enough because the clouds acted as the huge natural light diffuser, making light much softer than you would expect on sunny day in early afternoon.

I shot 3 bracketed shots (-1, 0, +1) hand-held.

Processing

For the processing, I used Lightroom HDR based workflow. I outlined this technique in my latest tutorial “Lightroom HDR – Natural Looking HDR In Lightroom”

After I produced HDR image I used a Lightroom preset based workflow, using Point Lobos present from my Landscapes Collection (you can always download free lightroom presets).

The main challenge while editing the featured photo was excessive digital noise produced by small Lumix LX7 sensor and I had to apply very aggressive settings in Topaz DeNoise to reduce it. 
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Ofer Dub

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Rancho Sierra Vista - Satwiwa
The views during the green March in Southern California
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Viktor Elizarov

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Fallen Leaves on the Deck (Montreal)
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http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/fallen-leaves-on-the-deck-montreal/

This is the spot from where $2 ferry leaves for one of the most spectacular 20min open-air rides from Lachine Canal along Saint Lawrence River. The ferry is not operational at the time of year but the pontoon deck is not removed yet. I jumped over the fence and took few shots, setting the tripod on the deck. trying to include plenty of fall foilage into the composition.

SHOOTING & PROCESSING

The shooting and processing were easy. I took 3 bracketed shots on a tripod but used only middle exposure for editing.

I used Lightroom Rapid Editing, applying Open Sky preset first from Fall Colors Collection and then used TOOLKIT adjustments.

Lightroom Editing Formula: Open Sky (1, 9, 31) 
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Frank Hoogeboom

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Particle III
Roadside, Iceland - 2016.

Processed in Lightroom with a roundtrip to Photoshop for advanced dust removal and adding the border. Furthermore, the Bleach Bypass Filter from NIK Color Efex 4 was applied and tweaked to my liking.
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Make the latest version of LIghtroom much faster by doing this one simple thing.
http://bit.ly/2dvUkOS
If you threw a rock in a room of 10 Lightroom users you’re bound to hit 8 or 9 who had a performance complaint. Out of that grouping you wouldn’t have to be a betting man to think all of...
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Ofer Dub

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Rancho Sierra Vista - Satwiwa
The views during the green March in Southern California
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Viktor Elizarov

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Today I would like to show you how the Rapid Lightroom Editing System works in the real life scenarios.
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asep wiyono

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How To Adding Rain Effect in Photoshop - Tutorial

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Viktor Elizarov

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Ice Skating In Old Montreal (Canada)
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http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/ice-skating-old-montreal-canada/

What I realized very soon after I moved to Canada is that Montreal has more ice arenas and skating rinks than soccer fields and swimming pools combined together. This is the reality of living in Canada.

The Old Montreal ice skating rink probably is the best and most popular outdoor rink in the city. It is refrigerated and it has its own Zamboni. The ice is always great there. 
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Cratoez Kuroba

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Amazing Body Slim Techniques

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+Flavio Dosantos
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Michael57

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So...you want an eye on "Scale"...have a look
https://www.good.is/slideshows/death-star-over-florida
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Viktor Elizarov

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Dunes, Beach and Morro Rock (California)
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Jean François Beaudry

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Un loup gris un certain vendredi...

Le loup gris, animal mythique dont le territoire traverse forêts et toundra où résonne son hurlement envoûtant. Animal extrêmement social, le loup gris vit en meutes familiales comptant de 3 à 30 individus et composées d’une majorité de louveteaux et de jeunes.

#loup #wolf #animallovers #wildlife #nature #picoftheday
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Roby Norland

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dzulfajri abdillah

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suggestions and critics
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Viktor Elizarov

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Covehead Harbour Lighthouse (Prince Edward Island)
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http://www.phototraces.com/deconstructing-photo/covehead-harbour-lighthouse-prince-edward-island

HDR Processed: Lightroom, HDR Expose 3, Photoshop
Bracketing: 5 shots (-2; -1; 0, +1; +2)

I love lighthouses. For me they symbolize fusion of pure landscapes, architecture and history which are also the essential elements of travel photography. At the same time lighthouses indicate proximity of the shore. As you may noticed the seascapes are my favorite types of landscapes and there is nothing better to improve your seascape composition then lighthouse.

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is the smallest province in Canada but it is probably has highest concentration of the lighthouses in the whole world. The island is only 200km long and 50 km wide but it has 63 lighthouses shuttered along its shore.

The featured lighthouse is Covehead Harbour Lighthouse which located in Prince Edward Island National Park. In my top image I wanted to convey feeling of simplicity and elegance at the same time, the same way I see at PEI. I used classical composition with predominant primary colors (red, blue, green). 
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I love reading your articles, observing your workflow and watching your great photos. Thank you. 
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Martin Nittala

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Retouching : Titan watch retouch Time lapse 
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Edward Nowak

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Manila Sunset #7. Sony A7RII with FE 16-35mm lens at 24mm, f/13, ISO 500, processed in Lightroom: HDR merge of 5 exposures; for the red, orange, and yellow channels, decreased luminance and increased saturation. In the tone curve, increased lights and highlights. Moderate noise reduction and sharpening. Increased contrast and clarity in foreground.
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Placa de 100 Mil escritos - Vetor para desenho [ Photoshop ]
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