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JAKUB SISAK photography

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Jakub Sisak, I.S.P., GISP


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asked What technique was used to achieve this partial vertical motion blur? Software or camera movement?
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comment What is a better marriage for my Canon 70-300 L lens: A 7D or 5d Mark iii?
Nice answer! "I am able to time the shots, rather than gunning through a sequence" makes a lot of sense
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revised How do you get HDR tiff files from Photomatix/HDR Efex Pro to show up in Lightroom?
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comment What is the cause for this diffused artifact around the sun?
@FinerRecliner - yeah, it visible in every shot. I am out of ideas - will leave it to the experts to decide. Almost look like there are a few clouds or haze.
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comment What is the cause for this diffused artifact around the sun?
Can you post the 3 unprocessed shots? I get a similar effect when I overcook an HDR but I learned to expect all sorts of unpredictable flaring and undesirable effects when shooting sun against a uniform sky. If you can see the result in the camera preview perhaps there is a way to combat it in the field bu trying different settings. What were the the other settings aside from the obviously closed aperture? If it was an HDR processing issue i would suggest using a different software - I get better colour uniformity in Photomatix but stronger sky effects in HDR Effex Pro...
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