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Old Sep 18, 2010, 7:29 AM   #1
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Old Sep 18, 2010, 8:07 AM   #2
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One word Clint...AMEN!
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That also looks very nice, LTZ-

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amazing snaps !
thanks for sharing
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beautiful sky. Nice herd of 'sheep-clouds' ...
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Those shots are perfect candidates for HDR processing!
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I processed some of these pictures with autohdr and here are the results.
With proper processing, they can look much better.
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Unless you have multiple identical images shot at different exposures, you can not effectively do HDR. You will just try to bring out the shaded area by increasing the brightness of the image and by doing so, you'll get inaccurate colors.
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