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Old Feb 21, 2010, 1:48 PM   #1
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Old Feb 21, 2010, 2:01 PM   #2
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My wife said it's beautiful.

I agree. We are sitting side by side in the dining room post-processing photos we took yesterday and from time to time checking what's new at steves-digicams world.

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Pseudo HDR. Subtle differences.

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Old Feb 21, 2010, 2:52 PM   #4
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Mrs. Barbarian and The Barbarian,

Fine interest you share together. It's a beautiful, very well composed framefilling photo with at lot of details to come back to. Beautiful picture

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Thanks, Torgney. The Mrs. discovered a couple of years ago, that she had some talent as a photographer. I love looking at her shots; it's always a different take on things than I have.

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Yep. Open the same image as two different layers, lighten one, and then merge them back. It works pretty well, when there is a great difference in brightness levels. That's what I did. I think maybe I like your version better. How did you do it?

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Nice shot, like the composition! Ordo, the pic is great for a HDR-treatment, your result looks very good
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Old Feb 22, 2010, 9:05 AM   #7
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Thanks, Torgney. The Mrs. discovered a couple of years ago, that she had some talent as a photographer. I love looking at her shots; it's always a different take on things than I have.

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Yep. Open the same image as two different layers, lighten one, and then merge them back. It works pretty well, when there is a great difference in brightness levels. That's what I did. I think maybe I like your version better. How did you do it?
I used Martin's pseudo HDR program. Incredibly effective one minute pp (on a super nice pick like this of course).
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