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Beautifully smooth imagery from Alexandros Maragos:
[Via Katrin Eismann]
It’s slick and smooth indeed. Now let us see someone producing an HDR version — using say, five shots one or two stops apart per final frame. The new HDR de-ghosting in CS5 would then sure come in handy!
BTW, that de-ghosting function works splendidly, so thanks for all that effort. My only objection is that it only works when tonemapping the HDR into 8/16-bit images — we can’t produce a de-ghosted 32-bit file, alas.
Some flash goodness on the oil spill at the NYT
Ken in KY
perhaps you like this i discvovered recently from a swiss guy:
imho it’s extremely beautiful.
he posted some nice tutorials how he did this in after effects, premiere elements and photoshop on his blog ( http://magictimelapse.blogspot.com ).