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Old Jul 26, 2010, 4:52 PM   #1
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Default First Stab at HDR @ Little Presque Ile

Well here's my first try, C&C welcome and encouraged.




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Old Jul 27, 2010, 12:40 AM   #3
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nice natural looking hdrs can i ask which program you used?
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Thanks, I used photomatix along with photoshop CS3.
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Just a bit too much highlight smoothing. Its what is causing the darker dirty look in the sky. The lighter part is the halo. You want to lighten the sky to match the halo area.
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i really need a new monitorjust moved the cable and i see it too
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Just a bit too much highlight smoothing. Its what is causing the darker dirty look in the sky. The lighter part is the halo. You want to lighten the sky to match the halo area.

Thanks for the insight, I see what your talking about. It shows up alot more on my work computer compared to my home computer.
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Thanks for the insight, I see what your talking about. It shows up alot more on my work computer compared to my home computer.
ive just been and bought a new monitor as im fed up of this happening .... that was the excuse to the wife anyway
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