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Old 18th June 2017
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Shot in London in April.

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Re: Scania Trucks

Do I smell some HDR and focus stacking?
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Re: Scania Trucks

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Do I smell some HDR and focus stacking?
No focus stack
HDR?
Bearing in mind it's lit, how would you have HDR'd it?
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Re: Scania Trucks

Andrew ( Beagletorque ) and I, have just had a conversation about the above image.
Andrew is the first photographer to have spotted I make use of HDR in in my vehicle photography.
Most photographers dismiss the possibility of using a HDR technique whilst using flash, as using varied shutter speeds only effects the ambient, not the flash lit areas.

So, congratulations Andrew on your observation skills. I was quite taken aback

I can put up a full walkthrough if anyone is remotely interested.
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Re: Scania Trucks

Thanks Michael, good image I would be interested on the walk through I'm always interested in techniques that take an image from ordinary to awesome.

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Thanks Michael, good image I would be interested on the walk through I'm always interested in techniques that take an image from ordinary to awesome.

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A walkthrough of the technique can be found here.
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