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11/28/2007 11:55:56 AM · #1
Are we allowed to use HDR prosesing in PS for advanced editing (self portrait) challenge? Never tried this and would like to give a go.
11/28/2007 11:57:41 AM · #2
As long as all layers are derrived from ONE image, yes.
11/28/2007 11:58:15 AM · #3
*oh well l'll take second
Last i knew about yes.

*edit

Message edited by author 2007-11-28 11:59:10.
11/28/2007 11:58:38 AM · #4
Hi Motek,

Any HDR type effect must be a process that works with a single capture. I've tried HDR with bracketing exposure, this takes two or more captures and this type of HDR isn't allowed.
11/28/2007 12:02:58 PM · #5
Originally posted by Techo:

Hi Motek,

Any HDR type effect must be a process that works with a single capture. I've tried HDR with bracketing exposure, this takes two or more captures and this type of HDR isn't allowed.


K thks for the info. Will do a normal shoot then
11/28/2007 12:07:25 PM · #6
Originally posted by Techo:

Hi Motek,

Any HDR type effect must be a process that works with a single capture. I've tried HDR with bracketing exposure, this takes two or more captures and this type of HDR isn't allowed.


ok, may I take 1 shot and edit the exposure in PS, Create 3 pics from that and use those (Dark , Neutral, light )from 1 pic for HDR?
11/28/2007 12:16:26 PM · #7
Originally posted by Motek:

Originally posted by Techo:

Hi Motek,

Any HDR type effect must be a process that works with a single capture. I've tried HDR with bracketing exposure, this takes two or more captures and this type of HDR isn't allowed.


ok, may I take 1 shot and edit the exposure in PS, Create 3 pics from that and use those (Dark , Neutral, light )from 1 pic for HDR?

yes. that's the way i do it
11/28/2007 12:36:27 PM · #8
not trying to jack the thread, but in photoshop elements 5, would adding a "fill layer" such as a gradient be legal, or for this thread, allowed, under advanced editing?
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