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Old Nov 19, 2010, 12:25 PM   #1
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Here is our living room. HDR 3-shot with 16-35 lens, then used Topaz Adjust and Denoise. I'll be posting a shot from the other direction on the HDR forum which you may also want to look at. C&C welcome.
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Old Nov 19, 2010, 12:29 PM   #2
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Do you have guest room? Cause I get dibs!

That is one beautiful room, Walter.
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I could sleep in that couch and work just for the food.
Nice take!
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Old Nov 19, 2010, 4:31 PM   #4
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Beautiful, Walter. Looks like a photo out of Better Homes & Gardens! Great job with the HDR. I have the ability to do that, now, with Corel Paint Shop Photo Pro X3 but I haven't tried it.

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Nice pic Walter...like the French Provincial with the carved legs. Dont tell the wife, but it looks like the Dog sneaked into the Living Room. Lucky Dog.
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Thanks, all. My wife is a great decorator as you can see. Emptyquiver, that's the dog's favorite snoozing place, while his significant other (both Japanese Chins) prefers to rest on one of the pillows on the sofa.
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Well I know where my spot would be....but those Chins would have to move over. Its a dogs life for sure.
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I really like this picture, everything really works here. I wasn't as crazy about the one in the HDR forum though the processing is just as good as this one - I much prefer the composition of this one.
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Nice shot, Walter.

Your living room / wife's decorating speak strongly of a certain style and era, well coordinated.

Good work on the HDR.

Apart from the softness in both lower corners (this can be tricky, even the 16-35mm lens has its limits) - it's a good photo and shows your 'home' off very well.

Cheers!

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Cool room and sweet HDR !
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