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Old Nov 4, 2012, 6:54 AM   #1
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hi all,
here is a follow up to my shot from last week at Ramagate Harbour in Kent. this was originally 12 shots. 4 groups of 3 merged in machinery hdr effects and then joined in elements to make the panorama. the orange lighting gives the picture a slightly over cooked look but it really does reflect the natural look of the scene as it was.

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Wonderful look, and I didn't think it was over cooked at all. I love the blue tones in the water, and you are right the orange gives just the right amount of color pop to the scene. Nice job

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thanks a lot Travis, i appreciate your kind compliments
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Man that is so good. Love the HDR and it doesn''t look overcooked at all Very nice!
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Wonderful look, and I didn't think it was over cooked at all. I love the blue tones in the water, and you are right the orange gives just the right amount of color pop to the scene. Nice job

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I agree with Travis...not over cooked at all for what my opinion is worth. I would imagine standing here and feeling the warmth of the moment with the orange. Good job on your processing.
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thank you hkmp50 maybe ive got so used to overcooking with photomatix, im seeing it when it isnt there with Machinery hdr effects lol was alot of fun composing this shot and the walk around the harbour was nice even for England at this time of year
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I agree with Travis...not over cooked at all for what my opinion is worth. I would imagine standing here and feeling the warmth of the moment with the orange. Good job on your processing.
Your opinion above many is of great value Mandy as i aspire to bring my HDR's to life as you do! Thank you so much for your encouraging compliments. next up, a day time shot... feeling brave all of a sudden

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Your opinion above many is of great value Mandy as i aspire to bring my HDR's to life as you do! Thank you so much for your encouraging compliments. next up, a day time shot... feeling brave all of a sudden

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Can't wait to see what you come up with.
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I like the colors, subject and reflection.
On the left, is that a z shaped stairway?
I like all the details you captured.
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Beautiful, love the reflections on the water.

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