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Old Oct 24, 2011, 11:20 PM   #1
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I'm still processing the pictures from Sunday afternoon, HDR is addictive and I think I'll be shooting in this mode for a while.

I was processing this picture with Photomatix and I didn't like what I get so I decided to use Photoshop CS and the results are fantastic, I like the contrast and natural look of the picture:





For this picture I used Photomatix






I think I prefer the first picture because the saturated colors.


For this one I use the Zuiko 8mm FE, processed with Photomatix:





Thank you Zig for the tips.

Have a great day everyone.

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First, for colour and composition. Less sky and good action of the water. Second is a little soft on the rocks, good sky but the features for me are the water and breakwater....yeh, get rid of it..

Nicely done, you've caught on quickly.

Funny, I edited my post and the 3rd shot popped up, didn't even notice it was there. Another keeper the eye effect is good, lighting and colour excellent.
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First, for colour and composition. Less sky and good action of the water. Second is a little soft on the rocks, good sky but the features for me are the water and breakwater....yeh, get rid of it..

Nicely done, you've caught on quickly.

Funny, I edited my post and the 3rd shot popped up, didn't even notice it was there. Another keeper the eye effect is good, lighting and colour excellent.
Thank you for the comments, agree on the second is soft.

There is a lot of possibilities now to create HDR, everyday is a learning experience.

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Nice work Marcelo.
The 2nd image is beautiful.

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"Beauty is In the eye of the beholder"

It's all subjective and that's what makes the world go around. well done guys..
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Thank you Zig and Ken for the comments.

Enjoy this weekend.

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