HDR: Breaking Dawn – Frosty Morning

GiantCowFilms posted this on Tuesday, November 24th 2015 at roughly 2 o'clock in the afternoon

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Specifications:
  • Licence: Creative Commons 0/Public Domain
  • Dynamic Range: 6.06 Stops
  • Camera: Canon EOS 70D
  • Lens: Canon 18-135 STM
  • Set EV: +10.32 @ 100 ISO – You can adjust the exposure after the fact if you need
  • Coverage: 360 x 180
  • Date Taken: 11/22/2015 7:58 – 8:06 AM
  • Location: Northern United States

This HDR has a full 360×180 range, and captures the beautiful light visible in the early morning, creating stunning renders. This HDR was taken while waiting for the sun to rise above th trees for my Winter Sun – Morning HDR.

Test Render @ 8,192 samples

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Lessons Learnt

I’m investigating ICE, which I use to stitch the panos, as it seems to be causing ghosting, I thought my tripod head was loose the first few times, but this time I made a POINT of keeping it solidly locked into position, and I am still seeing strange inconsistencies between the stitched brackets. I think I might give the Hugin pano-stitcher another shot as I have quite a few complaints with ICE.

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More HDR Images Posts

HDR: Evening Sun
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HDR: Direct Sun
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HDR: Winter Sun – Morning
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NID Graphics says:

Really glad you share these. The size is a big issue, maybe upload some smaller ones next time.

GiantCowFilms says:

I released Winter Sun – Morning @ 50% of original resolution. I’m releasing this one @ 25% of resolution, as I will for all the following ones. A good case could be made for 12.5%; however, I think some people may find the extra pixels useful, and uploading two resolutions is a waste of space.

TARDIS Maker says:

Awesome! Thanks for making these!

The Radish says:

is there something hanging from the light post to the left of the middle of the image?

GiantCowFilms says:

That was a stitching error, I am currently looking into these issues, hence the mention of trying Hugin again at the bottom of the post.