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Old Apr 4, 2010, 7:11 AM   #1
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I have DynamicPhotoHDR, which I've been having a lot of fun with. I fear, at times, that I may take matters a little over-the-top, with it, and would like to know the feelings & opinions on this particular HDR effort. I kinda like it, myself, but wonder if it needs to be toned down a bit.
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Old Apr 4, 2010, 7:14 AM   #2
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Now Nathan, that looks top notch to me. No halos, and not overdone with saturation. Good clear shot. Im sure you will find some goof will say pooh pooh, but not this goof.
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Old Apr 4, 2010, 7:21 AM   #3
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Now Nathan, that looks top notch to me. No halos, and not overdone with saturation. Good clear shot. Im sure you will find some goof will say pooh pooh, but not this goof.
Thanks Bynx.

I really try not to get excessive with such a treatment, but it can be easy to do. And sometimes we don't see something for what it really is, because of the fact that we are too 'close' to it. It's nice to know that you find merit in my HDR photo, and it let's me know that I am on the right path .

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I use DPHDR. You always have to watch the vivid and saturation levels on this program. However, your photo looks very good.
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I use DPHDR. You always have to watch the vivid and saturation levels on this program. However, your photo looks very good.
Yes. You are absolutely right about those levels. Thanks again, for the comment.
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Old Apr 4, 2010, 1:22 PM   #6
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looks kinda like a model city but it does look good
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It looks plastic
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As I predicted in my first post.
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I like the composition. Nice geometric structures.
The pp is just a little over the top for me.
Now Bynx will kill me for saying that, so i'll run!
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I like the composition. Nice geometric structures.
The pp is just a little over the top for me.
Now Bynx will kill me for saying that, so i'll run!
No. That's OK. I do realize that everything is not everyone's cup of tea. I guess that my aim, really, was to get a general idea as to how well others might have thought of my HDR attempt. The more I play around with it (DHPhdr), I am sure that the better I will get. I do, however, feel that (in some cases) a little over-the-top could be what someone might have had in mind, for an effect that they wished to achieve.
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