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Old Aug 30, 2010, 9:30 PM   #1
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A little CS5, a little Topaz and a little framing technique. From a 5-shot HDR C&C welcome.
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Old Aug 31, 2010, 12:58 PM   #2
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Wow......I like how the pier leads one toward the sun and then back again.
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Very nice Walter
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Nice Walter..like the colors..if only the sun had been a bit lower so didnt have white spot at end of pier and bright section of railing.
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looks great walter very nice pp im on the fence with the framing though i cant make my mind up maybe if it was cropped tighter like a panoramic ? just after the refection?
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Stunning.
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Doesn't get much better than that, great work.
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this is just gorgeous, love it!
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Walter, I'm sure you told me before, but what do you use for your HDR?
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Not sure if the framing does anything for me. But the image itself is just beautiful.


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