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Old Sep 2, 2011, 6:21 AM   #1
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I went for a 5 hour outing / drive in the Adelaide Hills (in South Australia) this week, with a friend (giving him some photo tuition and practice). During that time I took some photos too (one of my favourites from that time - a stream scene - is in the Critiques forum).

However I also captured a few 3-photo (exposure adjusted) HDRs and merged with Photomatix Pro. Here are four examples that I was reasonably happy with. I'd appreciate your thoughts and feedback. My aim is to have the photos natural looking, with appropriate detail and lighting maintained.

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Thanks in advance for your comments and replies.

Best wishes,

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Old Sep 2, 2011, 7:56 AM   #2
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Only comment: precious picks and pp. You got a special quality in the colors and compositions. Nice to see.
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Old Sep 3, 2011, 5:36 PM   #3
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Your kind comment is truly appreciated. I really did want a natural look with these HDRs. I am very glad you find the outcome pleasing in terms of colour and composition.

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Excellent processing Paul. Nice clear sharp images. By the way I imagine your driving examination center must get some interesting answers with the question "How do you make a ewe turn"?
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Thanks Bynx. Thankfully my glasses must have been clean to get half-decent images this time LOL.

My 'driving examination centre'? I didn't know I had one... but if it's profitable.. ok then, I'm the boss.

Yes, plenty of 'ewe' turns here (But I thought more sheep jokes were the realm of New Zealand?)

Cheers. Thanks again.

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Very good work !
I love all pictures you've posted here !
You have hit the right settings and it looks super !
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