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  1. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    you need a DSLR camera i think, i have one, and thet set something called AEB? that is what its called on my EOS 1000D to 2-0-2 and then you take 3 pictures,

    then you download a program called photomatrix and then you just load the 3 pictures you've taken in to the program and the you can very easy do some HDR, it is a program special made for that purpose, hop you understand, i'm danish so the english isnt good
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    its alright, now i know, you just need a special camera for it;)
  3. (FIH) The Don

    (FIH) The Don

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    not a speciel camera i think, you just need to have that option in your settings i gues, so in someway it is special?
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    i dont really know, i know nearly nothing about photographing:eek:
    just looked good:D
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    (FIH) The Don

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    haha thx dude, i know nothing too, just getting to know the basic stuff, but the EOS1000d i really good for starters and is not that expensive, i payed like 400€ for mine.

    and i just love that camera.

    so now i'll get a tripod soon, much better for closeups, and basically all other pictures i think
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    Thats some nice stuff Don.

    You can also use plugins for PS for HDR effect. If you have PS.
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    thx :)

    i might do that, but atm i'm still in baby mode so i am totally noobish about it
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    4870x2, and yeah, i will clean it later! :p

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    its the 1156/foxconn socket design flaw...
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    looks like the fan on your CPU heatsink is sucking warm air from the GPU..how are your temps like that?
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    That's another thing I love about water cooling. I can actually see my motherboard.
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    if you have a sexy mobo that is a good thing but if you don't like the way the mobo looks then air cooling can be like turning off the lights or a pillow over the face :rolleyes:

    a good example I hate the purpleish ECS board so i have big CPU heatsink and 2 8800GTs one with a big heatsink and a fan over the mosfets i can't see much of the board :laugh:
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    Its from my AMD setup, I no longer have it.

    GPU was 3870 @ 910mhz and it didn't go over 50c like that :laugh:
    Can't remember cpu temps, but was a 905e so I suspect under 40 for load temps : ]
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    thats not all that bad then. I wouldn't like my CPU sucking the warm air like that but hey it works and keeps the noise down
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    Worked great :D

    the fan is 90cfm so both heatsinks were getting rid of the heat so quickly it barely made a difference to temps.

    I had a 2 c idle/load difference with this setup.
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    More to come; still figuring out how to use this camera properly. My first shots with no flash! :laugh: (and not done with cable management as you can see at top :))

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    I need a good camera, love how that fan looks.
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    Wrigleyvillain PTFO or GTFO

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    Thanks. The green is much deeper and dark irl; especially the tubing. This is a not expensive Olympus FE-340 by the way. I know nothing about cameras and photography though so I'll shut up now. :)

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