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Old Oct 10, 2011, 12:58 PM   #1
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thought i would share this HDR 3 shot -2 0 +2 the tree is still in the ground

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Old Oct 10, 2011, 4:45 PM   #2
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Now that(in my opinion..) is how HDR should be used- to give a natural,real looking image.. Nice job Mr simple..
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I like it, Simon
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thanks guys @simon i like to view everyones different styles of HDR but i find myself trying to more natural looking work unless the photo contains some nice clouds or something i can relly pop and get away with going over the top
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Now that(in my opinion..) is how HDR should be used- to give a natural,real looking image.. Nice job Mr simple..
Agreed.

Did you choose to position the wooden sculpture between two live trees in the background? I like the symbolic connection between the wooden sculpture and the live trees as well as use of the trees as composition elements.
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Good HDR, I like the composition !
The only thing I would edit is the background !
There are too much contrast and details and it draw the viewers attention. The HDR edit is particularly responsive for the contrast and details.
You can work on this
Have a nice day ! And keep on it !
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Old Oct 13, 2011, 2:58 PM   #7
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Very nice. Leaves usually make the picture "busy" but not in this case. I'd say very good call on the pp techniques you used.
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