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First Look at In-camera HDR Processing From the D800E Shooting Interiors

June 11th, 2012

VJ Arizpe in Huston, TX just got his new  Nikon D800E recently and used it for several shoots today. He sent me this series of shots from two different shoots as a demonstration of what the HDR mode on the D800E produces.

VJ says:

“These are all WB2, HDR mode @3 stops with normal blending. These are all untouched jpegs. I’m quite impressed.

I’m using the Nikon 14-24mm f2.8 for the interiors and a 24mm PCE on the exterior elevation”

This is intended as just a first look. VJ has promised to do a more in depth review for us of how the D800E does HDR after he has spent more time with the camera.

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11 Responses to “First Look at In-camera HDR Processing From the D800E Shooting Interiors”

  • Word up VJ! Great shots. Thanks for sharing!

  • Wow!

  • Did you use strobes or was that ambient lighting only?

  • Pretty nice! Also am interested in the lighting. If that’s ambient only, wow!

  • Hey guys. Just ambient for all the shots. At this point, I’m impressed overall, and I’m pushing the limitations.

  • Is it just me or did it make the furniture invisible?

  • Can’t wait to see more.

  • Both the Nikon and the canon now do in camera HDR. A real quick start for processing but I am finding it only saves enfusion time with less choice. There is still a lot of tone mapping required and color correction as well. This is really cool for $99 tours and anything to save time at that orice is worth the spend. If you are spending $3000 plus dollars on a camera I would think it be to create incredible pictures not just average jpgs. A lot of lesser expensive equipment choices do the same thing for less money. After 3 months on ours, we are back to basics. The best part for us is the ease of apswitchingvbetween video and stills

  • The green color cast on some of the walls, to me, is an indication that the WB is not accurate for all areas of the photos. For now I will stick with my cheap, in comparison, Canon 7D and continue to work on properly lighting the space, which results in better images out of the camera without much post required.

  • Very natural looking ! So many HDR photos look over done. And basicly all this HDR is doing is extending the spectrum of what photography is able to give us, something closer to what we see, without the work of another computer program.

  • Forgot to add this to the comment above.
    http://powervisionproductions.net/PV360/JPG/Canon5Dmark3HDR.jpg
    Our first picture out of the Mark 3 with HDR in camera.

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