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Old Jan 4, 2010, 12:25 PM   #1
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We had a rare phenomenon today, -7C and fog. I have tried to illustrate this by using various hdr techniques and would like to know what you think.
These are all hand held so bare with me if they are not very sharp.
The fog was much thicker earlier on, but the light was not right imo.

With halo effect instead.



Using the sky alternative


A little down the road the sun had sunk and there was still some haze that enhanced the light wonderfully



This picture I'm not very sure if it works...



There is a second reason for showing these pictures and that is because the camera Iíve been using for a couple of weeks Iíve borrowed from Walter_S and he has asked to see some results.
Thanks for the loan Walter.
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Old Jan 4, 2010, 12:29 PM   #2
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i really like the mood in the "Down the road shot" the road leads you into the golden sun quite nicely. i don't believe this one was HDR as the road is a little dark for my tastes. if you could brighten up the road part, i think it would be a pretty good image.
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Old Jan 4, 2010, 12:35 PM   #3
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Thanks Hards, I'll give it a shot!
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Ok I've lightened it up a bit.



The one in the middle.

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This shot is fantastic. I really like it. Looking at all your shots and I found this one riveting.
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Old Jan 4, 2010, 1:19 PM   #6
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yea, that helps the road out quite a bit.nice
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Old Jan 4, 2010, 1:43 PM   #7
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Oh yeah. That one is a great shot.
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...I’ve borrowed from Walter_S and he has asked to see some results. Thanks for the loan Walter.
You are most welcome, Al - And some result we are witnessing here! I see that you have put the FZ-28 to some really good use today. Congratulations! This is a fine series.

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Great shot!
Very nice warm / cold side to this picture. I think I would crop off som of the foreground to make it a 3x5" or 9x16 and less 'bottom-heavy' - Anyway, here is my suggestion.
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Thank you all for your c&c.

It's always inspiring and educational to get feedback on what is good and what can maybe be improved.

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some nice shots there mate ..... number 4 reminds me of the movie Fire In The Sky
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