HDR Tonemapped Video from Canon Rebel T2i

by on March 26, 2011

in hdslr

Stephen Carr shot the clips in the below video with a Canon Rebel T2i. To get the HDR-effect, he processed each frame through Photomatix.

I suspect this was a batch process once he tweaked the settings to his liking. Still yet, that’s a rather tedious process. Whether you like the HDR look or not, you have to admire the amount of effort and experimentation that went into the process.

[Vimeo via @StephenLeeCarr]




1 Susan R. March 26, 2011 at 4:33 pm

Really awesome. Howed you do it? I have a Canon 7d but never use the video. HDR is great. Didn’t know you could use it on video.

2 Max Schiffrer March 27, 2011 at 8:35 am

I guess the vido was shot in superflat or extraflat picture style, propably with a polarizer (to increase the dynamic range) and then each frame was processed in photomatix pro. Just like a single RAW HDR.

3 MEZEUS April 1, 2011 at 10:48 am

What is this building and where is it located ? It looks much more like a painting than a photograph. (or video

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