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Old Oct 19, 2009, 2:59 PM   #51
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Hey guys and gals!
I took some house-shots today and rendered it in Photomatix. I think this one would fit in real good in this here thread.


BTW - this is the "kitchen-entrance" to the "Dragon-house" that I posted over in Architectural Photos




I think the texture of the oak-trees came out pretty good in HDR. Any comments?


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Old Oct 19, 2009, 5:05 PM   #52
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Looks like I could reach out and touch them. Nicely done Walter. The details are top notch. The lines in the clapboard siding on the house, the laticework below the balcony, right down to the stone texture of the foundation and the bark of the trees. Simply amazing.
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Old Oct 19, 2009, 6:19 PM   #53
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Another one Walter. Very good angle, composition and pp.
Something funny happened today. I drived 400 km. to the Atlantic cost and the day was cloudy with magnificent dark and heavy low clouds. I looked at the landscapes as if they were HDR! They seemed fresh and new to the eyes! A great feeling!
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Old Oct 20, 2009, 1:43 AM   #54
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Thank you both for the kind words and constructive comments. I'm actually pleased myself with this one as it came out rather crisp and with non of that givaway-halo connected to HDR's. I was lucky as well because there was no blue sky, which is the most difficult to get right with PhotomatixPro.



A word of warning, Ordo - as you already seemed to be there - HDR is addictive!! I know, because I get restless whenever I see low-flying cumulus clouds...
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i agree with the above posters walter a very nice shot spot on with the treament a exceptional HDR nothing too obvious giving it away (as in nothing).... welldone
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Old Oct 20, 2009, 2:42 PM   #56
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Ive been doing old churches in the area. This is one of them.
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Old Oct 20, 2009, 11:50 PM   #57
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very nice bynx ... i just saved this to my pc and hit auto adjust in windows picture viewer takes away some of the yellowish oranagy glow cant make my mind up if it adds or takes some of the feel away
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Ah, you should see the originals. I made a mistake when shooting and left the WB on a wrong setting figuring Id get a warmer feel. Well those walls are white! I was able to change the WB with a Photoshop plugin. But its not 100%
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Nice shot Bynx, and a well chocen subject for HDR.
May the 3 exposure gods be with you.
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Thank you Ordo, which reminds me....
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