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Old May 31, 2011, 8:12 AM   #1
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Hi all,

I've just started playing around with HDR. This was a 4 shot exposure with
-2,0,+1,+2 processed in Photomatix pro.

Hope you like it.


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Old May 31, 2011, 8:19 AM   #2
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Spectacular result!
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Very well done, Mugmar! Nice balance, no haloing, great colors, sky, etc. Congrats.
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Thank you Ordo and WalterC for looking and commenting. Your comments mean a lot.
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That, in my opinion, is a perfect HDR - no funky coloration, rather a perfectly exposed image including what would have been in the shadows.
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Thank you Jim
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well done mugmar as mentioned nice detail in the what would be shadow areas
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As the others have said already, Mugmar - great work!

I admire the truly natural look that some HDRs can give though many folks go 'overboard' or the processing is evident.

This doesn't look like a photo anymore. It looks like I'm there... standing in front of that cabin and seeing the scene with my own eyes.

Well done indeed! Perfect exposures and blending imho. Kudos!

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Thank so much for the kind words Paul
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