HDR Shooting in Yellowstone, Part 2

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Here is another video about how I shoot HDR out in the field. For more information, visit the free HDR Tutorial at www.stuckincustoms.com

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tunnarit says:

ISO 50 on D3x is pretty pointless, because you are using ISO 100 but just overexposing a stop thus losing dynamic range in the highlights. See D3x test in dxomark.

kingofmarygold says:

haha – always these stupid tourists with their little cameras and the flash on….

they give me always a laugh when they try to illuminate the landcape with their megamonsterflash…

Trey Ratcliff says:

Thanks! In this one, I’m using a manfrotto – but I have another video coming soon… that shows it in more detail

Trey Ratcliff says:

Great – thanks very much! 🙂

subfivemile says:

That’s kind of sad. Your one of the most celebrated photographers on Flickr and this video only has three comments.

Still, I enjoyed watching it. Keep ’em comin’ 🙂

iutubedyourmum says:

I hope you don’t say ‘you get what you pay for’ to your actual clients.

$999?

benitomdq says:

Really nice video. Excellent. What tripod model are you using?

matt123deftones says:

Great Video, i know what you mean i get infuriated when i see people taking shots with point and shoots, where i wont even attempt to take them with the dslr, unless im doing HDR, i have learnt what will and what wont work, some people just cant be bothered to learn

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