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Old Jan 18, 2010, 10:09 AM   #1
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Old Jan 18, 2010, 10:16 AM   #2
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The clouds details are great on number 2, and I love the view down the narrow pair.
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those look pretty good to me, but the one with the big rock is stunning
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Old Jan 18, 2010, 12:29 PM   #4
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these look great. the hdr looks natural on all but the last, where the halo on the bridge doesn't look good.


i really like shots #2 and #3 here. great compositions and good hdr. real nice.
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The first shot has an odd look to it. Almost like a faint Orton Effect going on. From there the pics get better. That rock shot is gorgeous. From what I can find out, no one can explain why nice white clouds end up looking so sooty after becoming an HDR.
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those look pretty good to me, but the one with the big rock is stunning
Thanks, I had the rock shot printed out in a photo book, came up awesome
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these look great. the hdr looks natural on all but the last, where the halo on the bridge doesn't look good.


i really like shots #2 and #3 here. great compositions and good hdr. real nice.
Thanks, the bridge was one of my first so I had not worked out how the halo spoils shots at that stage.
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The first shot has an odd look to it. Almost like a faint Orton Effect going on. From there the pics get better. That rock shot is gorgeous. From what I can find out, no one can explain why nice white clouds end up looking so sooty after becoming an HDR.
Yes its a pity about clouds, and I try to never do shots with many trees in them as they always look odd. The first shot was taken in near darkness as the sun came up, probably why it looks odd, thanks for the input
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First hdrs? Jaw drop.
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Old Jan 18, 2010, 8:32 PM   #10
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I really like #2 especially the way you used the narrow bridge in the picture

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