If you are honest times, then HDR has always kind of surreal. That the effect with two Canon SLRs is so strong but is, above all because the cameras of a house rather have excessive contrast.
Antwort von carstenkurz:
Well, that depends more heavily on how you zusammenschmeisst the material then. In general, then this is more than just a technical process but rather a compositing with various creative decisions to be taken. And that falls just once more and sometimes less realistic or artificial.
The RED EPIC has two moving HDR modes, can control the aperture size man. Then you can set all sorts of moderate to dramatic, and the mechanism associated with the RAW is the basis then, if one can judge the previous test pictures, more realistic off. Since it takes just more out of the shadows and highlights from the same out than without HDR.
Antwort von WoWu:
In principle, Alexa does nothing other than two separate amplification paths combine, except that it does not come to the geographic shift, with the two cameras is always present and if only for a remarkable effect provides. question is just whether or not the partial Aperture is more useful than the combination of different images, because if I mix a outshone area with a better-lit area, just get those gray tones out of it. A correct exposure but not replaced. So I think that partial covers are here to bring more, so the targeted integration demolition per "pixel."
Antwort von eXp:
So you have to consider well s.sofort carefully whether you prefer films with two cameras, 3D, or HDR.
For me it would be clear ... HDR!
I like HDR shots to be amazingly good :-) So I think it's great if this technology soon moved synonymous for images can use.