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LG 32QK500-C 32-Inch Class QHD LED IPS Check with Radeon FreeSync (31.five” Diagonal)

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Screening my recently received understanding of HDR and photoshop expertise.

7-shot Raw HDR tonemapped through PhotoMatix 3, then imported into Photoshop for artifact correction. Closing color equilibrium tweaks, cropping and rotation in Lightroom.

This is yet another action ahead to the place I want to be, as far as methods and workflow capability goes. The up coming step will be obtaining panorama instruments setup appropriately to shoot this as a ultra-large resolution panorama.

During post-processing, all 3Gb of RAM was taken up by Photoshop and Lightroom (mainly Photoshop). I will want a laptop up grade to be processing items this way when I get my 5D Mk II. (Along with keep an eye on calibration hardware if I’m severe about promoting prints).

Update

Someone had FlickrMailed me about the post processing on this photo. I will share the technique here.

I read through by means of StuckInCustom’s exceptional tutorial below – ahead of I headed out into the subject. The enlightenment second for me is acknowledging that when I 1st started performing HDRs, I wished to capture that magical glow in the scene, and usually I go for the overexposures. Nonetheless, I’ve often neglected the underexposed frames and as a end result I never have the knowledge to fix the blown out light resources.

I consider this scene functions, because the arches in the pac sci heart, and the neon symptoms on leading of Essential Arena, is very readable and not blown out / blurry due to overexposure. If this scene experienced a body of water in front of it I would have shot the extended publicity photographs to seize the glow off the h2o, but lengthier exposures here just blow out the scene and isn’t going to give me any far more usable knowledge to perform with.

Now that you understand my reasoning going into getting this photo, the rest of the method / workflow:

* I shot a sequence of shots in guide mode, ISO50 on the 5D, on a tripod with mirror lockup and self-timer (did not have cable release).
* The photographs have been acquired into Photomatix, merged and tone mapped for depth enchancement. I up the white and black details to distribute the histogram out and make the scene brighter and I played with the smoothing of the luminosity till I acquired something I favored.
* I then tone map this into a sixteen bit TIFF, and ship this TIFF into Photoshop
* I exported the Uncooked documents for the darkest and a medium publicity out of Lightroom into Photoshop. I should engage in with this as a smart item, but I failed to have a whole lot of time enhancing this.
* The exposures are stacked best to bottom: HDRed TIFF, darkest publicity, normal exposure. Be aware that regardless of cautious use of tripod and mirror lockup the camera even now shifts in between pictures. I utilized the auto-align feature (layers, autoalign) to proper for the digicam movement. I believed it was fairly amazing… (I am a photoshop n00b).
* Primarily I just use a layer mask, thirty% transparency brush to brush absent the blown / artifacts from the neon to expose the cheapest publicity (middle layer) to mend the neon indications.
* I did some mixing of the lowest and median exposure levels to try out to give a greater consequence with the neons.
* The consequence is saved into a flattened TIFF and purchased back into Lightroom.
* I utilized a white stability correction on the *final* product. I shot this on Raw, tungsten balance and found it way too heat for my liking, so I diminished the shade temperature right up until I received one thing I favored.
* Cropped and rotated it so that the properties are actually vertical. I need to purchase a new bubble amount 🙂

That is it! 🙂

Thanks for all the comments, guys!
By ttstam on 2008-ten-04 21:22:fifty four
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What customers say about LG 32QK500-C 32-Inch Class QHD LED IPS Check with Radeon FreeSync (31.5″ Diagonal)?

  1. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Skylines of the World, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

    Beautiful Shot.

  2. Great photo my friend, i love it!!

  3. Nice shot! Thanks for the commentary! A lot of work goes into nice images 🙂

  4. Hallo, ich bin der Administrator der Gruppe Best Worldphotos, und wir würden uns freuen, wenn Du dies zu unserer Gruppe hinzufügen würdest.

  5. Thanks for sharing your HDR processing experiences, I am getting into this technique myself right now …

  6. Fantastic image…
    Nice work 🙂

  7. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called " Damn Cool Photographers in the WORLD " . ♥.♥.♥, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  8. Fantastic skyline of Seattle. Very well done.

    Beautiful photo as seen in the group
    "Explored Beauty !"

    Explored Beauty !
    Please Invite other Explored Favorites to this Group too !

  9. Fantastic capture !!

  10. Very nice!

  11. Nice!

  12. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A developer who likes it., December 25, 2019

    By Chicago Winter Bike Commuter

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: LG 32QK500-C 32-Inch Class QHD LED IPS Monitor with Radeon FreeSync (31.5″ Diagonal) (Personal Computers)

    I like it a lot. I did some research and it seemed to say that you need 1080p or full HD for a 24” monitor, but for 27 or 32, you should look into the next step up to QHD. I’m glad I made this bump as I do think it looks great and I can get plenty of code on the screen at once. I’m a developer and don’t play games, so it really was about having readable text and lots of it and thus fairly small. Can’t say if this would be good or bad for games as I just don’t play them.

  13. Very cool! I wonder how it’d look with a touch more contrast? (I’m viewing this on one of the better Dell monitors..will go take a look on my Sony at home.)

  14. my personal award

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  15. the best seattle skyline shot I’ve ever seen, amazing !!!

  16. Bautiful

  17. Great shot….. A classic

  18. Outstanding shot!

  19. I saw this beautiful photo on Explore ! 10-06-08

    You are invited to add this wonderful photo to
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  20. very nice. saw this on explore

  21. Thats a great image.

  22. DUDE! I *heart* this!

    Been a while since I’ve been to Kerry. I need to go back.

  23. great shot!

  24. Seattle 🙂

    (Kerry Park @ Queen Anne)

  25. Photo added to my Blog
    Congratulations !!!

    Fotografia añadida a mi Blog
    Felicidades !!!

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  26. Nice framing…

  27. You are doing really good! superb photo!
    I wanna visit Seattle so bad!!

  28. Very beautiful shot

    This photo has been selected for !


    Please add this photo to QaTaR-pHoto Group !

  29. Brilliant use of HDR – you did very well with this picture!

    Seen on the explore page. (?)

  30. nice

  31. Excellent job – I like the stadium lights peeking through in the background!

  32. I love the Seattle skyline. You’ve captured all its gorgeousness.

  33. Another stunning landscape image, I love the lighting, colours and tones, keep up the great work…:O))
    Congrats on making Explore…:O)))
    Your a creative genius my friend, I hope your having an awesome Tuesday….:O)))

    (Seen in Explore)

  34. This is one of the best shots I’ve seen of the Space Needle,

  35. Brilliant……………………..!!!

  36. Looks pretty sweet. When did you take the photos?

  37. Beautiful landscape 🙂
    Tony
    www.truphotog.com

  38. so beautiful.

  39. Thanks everyone!

    Someone had FlickrMailed me about the post processing on this photo. I’ll share the technique here.

    I read through StuckInCustom’s excellent tutorial here – before I headed out into the field. The enlightenment moment for me is realizing that when I first started doing HDRs, I wanted to capture that magical glow in the scene, and typically I go for the overexposures. However, I’ve always neglected the underexposed frames and as a result I don’t have the data to fix the blown out light sources.

    I think this scene works, because the arches in the pac sci center, and the neon signs on top of Key Arena, is very readable and not blown out / blurry due to overexposure. If this scene had a body of water in front of it I would have shot the long exposure shots to capture the glow off the water, but longer exposures here just blow out the scene and doesn’t give me any more usable data to work with.

    Now that you understand my reasoning going into taking this picture, the rest of the technique / workflow:

    * I shot a series of shots in manual mode, ISO50 on the 5D, on a tripod with mirror lockup and self-timer (did not have cable release).
    * The shots were bought into Photomatix, combined and tone mapped for detail enchancement. I up the white and black points to spread the histogram out and make the scene brighter and I played with the smoothing of the luminosity until I got something I liked.
    * I then tone map this into a 16 bit TIFF, and send this TIFF into Photoshop
    * I exported the RAW files for the darkest and a medium exposure out of Lightroom into Photoshop. I should play with this as a smart object, but I didn’t have a lot of time editing this.
    * The exposures are stacked top to bottom: HDRed TIFF, darkest exposure, normal exposure. Note that despite careful use of tripod and mirror lockup the camera still shifts between shots. I used the auto-align feature (layers, autoalign) to correct for the camera movement. I thought it was pretty cool… (I’m a photoshop n00b).
    * Mostly I just use a layer mask, 30% transparency brush to brush away the blown / artifacts from the neon to expose the lowest exposure (middle layer) to repair the neon signs.
    * I did some blending of the lowest and median exposure layers to try to give a better result with the neons.
    * The result is saved into a flattened TIFF and bought back into Lightroom.
    * I applied a white balance correction on the *final* product. I shot this on RAW, tungsten balance and found it too warm for my liking, so I decreased the color temperature until I got something I liked.
    * Cropped and rotated it so that the buildings are actually vertical. I need to buy a new bubble level 🙂

    That’s it! 🙂

    Thanks for all the comments, guys!

  40. Thanks. I should reshoot this with the 5D Mk II. If you wanna join in sometime, shoot me an email.

  41. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Space Needle, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

    Space Needle Logo

    WOW!

  42. Well done, great results form your hard work! I like the bit of color on the right. I am just beginning a similar workflow (Photomatix 3, CS3, Lightroom 2) and have just barely started attempting to do HDR. I haven’t been happy with the results quite yet – so none are on Flickr yet though.

    Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Eye Candy!, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  43. You are invited to add this wonderful photo
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  45. Just great !!

  46. Grand view of Seattle! Congrats on explore!

  47. Nice!

  48. Thanks everyone!

    JohnJohn (and Emerald, who asked before): I’d be happy to share how I did this. I still think I could use some more practice, but I’m getting better 🙂

    @Ken: Sat night. Allen and I went to go see Religulous and killed some time taking pics before the show.

    @Ray: I am not sure. To be honest – I wrapped the editing at 2;30am and I need to be at work at 7:30am… I was doing this on my engineering laptop. I really need to get a nice LCD display calibrated for photo editing…

  49. Shweeet!

    You’re gonna have to show me the ropes on the post processing.

  50. nice! 🙂

  51. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy Peasy, December 24, 2019

    By M. Clark (Madison, WI)

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: LG 32QK500-C 32-Inch Class QHD LED IPS Monitor with Radeon FreeSync (31.5″ Diagonal) (Personal Computers)

    – Less than 5 minutes to assemble and replace my existing monitor. No tools required to mount the monitor to the stand.
    – Monitor is tilt adjustable only , (not height).
    -5 foot long HDMI cable included.
    – Power cord comes in two parts with a normal sized plug on one half and the transformer block on the other so the transformer block doesn’t take up space on your power strip.
    Resolution is great, no dead pixels. It’s replacing a 24 inch LG, so the extra desktop space is appreciated.
    Some older games that don’t scale graphically appear to be a little fuzzier on full screen mode, but that’s to be expected. (I’ve been playing Fallout New Vegas on it in windowed mode, so the demands on it are not high, but it works well enough.

    Great for watching streaming content from Amazon and Youtube as well.

    Overall, everything I expected for the specs and price range. And aside from the device itself, props to Amazon. Delivered next day 14 hours after ordering and I’m using it right now (a day before Christmas).

  52. Beautiful photo as seen in the group
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    Architectural Beauty !
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  53. beautiful shot and nice hdr!

  54. Lovely capture and all the processing ………… Fantastic ….!

  55. Hi, Your photo has been spotted
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    We would love to have you join and share this photo with the group.
    Please tag "Flickr Classique"

  56. Great shot

  57. Excellent submission. I have no idea how I sometimes miss great photos like this in people’s streams.

  58. fantastic night exposure

  59. Nicely done!

  60. Wonderful photograph. Thanks for making it available through your creative commons license. We will be featuring it, with proper annotation, on our website very soon in the "coming soon" section.

  61. Excellent capture and composition !!!

    Seen in Explore !!!

  62. Fabulous cityscape, thanks 2 share ur technic !!

  63. where did you take this picture from?

  64. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Loving it so far!, December 15, 2019

    By Lee M.

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    This review is from: LG 32QK500-C 32-Inch Class QHD LED IPS Monitor with Radeon FreeSync (31.5″ Diagonal) (Personal Computers)

    This is a beautiful monitor! I really nice upgrade, in my opinion, from a Septre 43″ 4K TV. No, this isn’t a 4K monitor, but the resolution is much better than 1080p. Assembly and setup was quick. Video games look and play great with the faster 75hz frame rate. Screen size is great for multitasking. I would definitely recommend this!

  65. En dos palabras:
    In presionante!

  66. Wow that a rock.

  67. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called City Skylines, and we’d love to have this added to the group!

  68. Hi, I’m an admin for a group called Pacific Science Center, and we’d love to have this added to the group!





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