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Vegetables

freddytto

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hi guys, I used the mode Pict HDR camera to shoot these vegetables before preparing a delicious ''Guacamole'', a feature of mexico, it's like salsa,made ​​with chopped onion, cilantro, lemon juice, jalapeño, salt, pepper and very delicious ... so commented before I was alone at home so I was a chef, LOL, anyway I share two shots ..... hope you like it ....


ISO 100 F/11 EXPOSURE TIME 1/6S 36mm

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ISO 100 F/6.3 EXPOSURE TIME 1/6S 38mm HDR High

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ISO 100 F/10 EXPOSURE TIME 1/2.5S 38mm HDR Medium

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Dioptrick

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You're making me hungry, freddytto! :D

I HDR has a beautiful effect on the sliced lemon and the avocado, but for some strange reason the HDR makes the tomato and the jalapeño look blemished and bruised?? For a cook-book publication, I would use the medium HDR but 'montage' the tomato and jalapeño back over it from the original photo.
 

Luiz Curcino

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Hi,freddytto! Great chef.
Hmmm... must have been very good. :D
I like the colors of the first normal picture. The HDR is not always good, depends on the situation.
 

freddytto

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thanks guys, if true, I was just trying not to get bored at home, HDR is out ...
 
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