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Old Feb 20, 2010, 7:58 AM   #21
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Old Feb 22, 2010, 12:45 AM   #22
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I'm not sure it does give it something new though. All it really does is to lighten the scene in an odd u-shape - the foreground came out rather light plus the left and right (along the docks) - while in the middle there is this strange, dark blotch....
I'm not sure where the dark blotch is ? Processing the RAW may have given better results.

I suppose it comes down to what an individual thinks looks more artistic. For example, many HDR shots look terrible to some yet appealing to others. In another thread almost an equal number of people preferred the HDR vs non HDR shot.

When it comes to dark shots, the dark may be realistic but making more visible may add interest. Indeed HDR is meant to increase the dynamic range, making areas unseen in a single exposure, visible. Much of this can be also achieved in a single shot, with suitable editing.
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