Old 10-14-2008, 10:06 PM   #26
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First off, I was just out in the Johnstown area this past weekend, and there were a few trees that matched the color in burghman's shot, but not as many as are in the photo. That being said, I shoot with a 1dMKIII from Canon, and there is a landscape setting for colortype that I know alot of Canon cameras have, and when that setting is used, it makes the colors more saturated. Maybe he was shooting in that mode.
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Old 10-14-2008, 10:11 PM   #27
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Hi again,

My apologize but I missed the HDR talk. I din't know Pseudo-HDR could be done so easily. But success is there with such pictures in general public.

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Old 10-14-2008, 10:15 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by Darryl Rule
First off, I was just out in the Johnstown area this past weekend, and there were a few trees that matched the color in burghman's shot, but not as many as are in the photo. That being said, I shoot with a 1dMKIII from Canon, and there is a landscape setting for colortype that I know alot of Canon cameras have, and when that setting is used, it makes the colors more saturated. Maybe he was shooting in that mode.
The "landscape" setting is one of the greatest things since sliced bread (as long as BNSF orange isn't involved).
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