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OTT in Oxford

Three shot HDR, a little overcooked. Shooting automated brackets is very fast, so even handheld shots work well. The HDR software removes 'ghosts' caused by moving objects in the scene between the lightest and darkest exposure, +2,0,-2 in this case.

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what a stunning view!
It looks great I think John!
Fantastic image... I'm not sure where to view first.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 15 Sep 2014, 07:24
Wow - stunning John, I love Oxford and love my NEX 7 too, which they no longer make
John Prior: It was around for along time compared to most Sony products. It still delivers the goods though.
  • gutteridge
  • where latitude and attitude meet
  • 15 Sep 2014, 10:32
This is grand John. I am impressed with my camera's ability to improve on my messed up shots.The sky here is a joy.
Other than the blue colour of the sky seeming a bit unreal, this shot is wonderful.
The sky is wonderfully OTT. is this in camera software or Nik /Photomatix?
John Prior: This is NIK HDR Pro, which I prefer to Photomatix, or rather it's Google now as they purchased NIK for 'Snapseed' which they have since abandoned. So that rather leaves NIK in limbo, that Is a pity as I prefer their filters to Topaz with NIK's greater localised control within an image.
Fine viewpoint to get a great overview of the city John.
What a fantastic view! Everything is so vivid.
this all worked out very well for you John... everything is crisp with great detail....petersmile
That is a frightening-looking sky/

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camera NEX-7
exposure mode aperture priority
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aperture f/8.0
sensitivity ISO100
focal length 10.0mm
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