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Old Aug 16, 2014, 5:00 PM   #11
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Allan, that is a wonderfully crafted capture, the sky on the distant vista, the soft golds of the meadow grasses. One could get accustomed to such a view...
Greg, wow, lots of work combining those shots. An amazing structure, and your views really capture the airy weight of the logs and the fireplace. But your two images of the kitchen had me reeling for a moment. The first, that long long galley kitchen with the ample countertops, and then you turn 90 degrees and whoa, that long countertop is now so compressed. That panny 7-14 really does go wide.
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Old Aug 23, 2014, 5:08 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Greg Chappell View Post
Each was a combination of two files. One to expose the detail outside and the other to capture the inside exposure.
Just a heads-up Greg. The latest version of Photomatix Pro (v.5 released last November I think) introduced a new fusion method for this very situation. "Fusion/Real-Estate". What they say is: "Fusion/Real-Estate is intended for rendering interior scenes with a view out the window." Might be interesting to try if you have a copy.
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