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Old Mar 31, 2010, 9:02 AM   #11
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...I just would like to see a side by side of hdr and normal most of the time. It helps me decided if the hdr is add or not.

How could I forget!

Of course, the inevitable middle-exposure (of 5 bracket-shots) of the center-panel - since the big-one is a 3-panel panorama. So all in all there are 15 exposures to make this one photo....


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And the Panorama once again - for comparison purposes:

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Old Mar 31, 2010, 9:29 PM   #12
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Lovely shot! I like the almost two-tone color. Even the sky cooperated. Mother Nature seems to bow down to your whims .
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Old Mar 31, 2010, 9:33 PM   #13
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Thanks walter,

I am in complete agreement, this building is not one that can stand on its own without hdr, not dynamic enough. Very boring actually without the hdr details.

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How could I forget!

Of course, the inevitable middle-exposure (of 5 bracket-shots) of the center-panel - since the big-one is a 3-panel panorama. So all in all there are 15 exposures to make this one photo....


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Here it is, the 0 EV:


And the Panorama once again - for comparison purposes:

I wish you all a Happy Easter!

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Old Apr 2, 2010, 8:05 AM   #14
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There are some building that just do not photograph well under normal exposure. And some where not even HDR will work...

Thank's for the kind words, shoturtle!
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...(Before I put my foot in it again, criticising your Norwegian blue... ;-) )
That's o.k., Mark_R - no harm done....yet....





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...Even the sky cooperated. Mother Nature seems to bow down to your whims .
Ahh! It's - as always - the other way round, vvcarpio. I ususally bow to the whims of nature - It doesn't work the other way - belive me, I have tried....!!! Nature always wins!




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Walter C put this idea into my head. Sorry.
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Old Apr 3, 2010, 12:03 PM   #16
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Full marks for Bynx's version..takes my mind of the barrel distortion
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You have to hand it to Bynx for adding a different look to the photograph. "Wild thing you make my heart sing".
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