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Old Oct 11, 2010, 10:57 PM   #1
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Some images from the local park on 20101011
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1. Tonemapped using photomatix from 3 exposures.
2. Level adjusted in PS.
3. Autohdr.
4. Level adjusted in PS.
5. Level adjusted in PS.
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Old Oct 11, 2010, 11:00 PM   #2
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Old Oct 11, 2010, 11:08 PM   #3
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Nice shots, Mystery-

You handled that late in the day light quite well. Photo #1 needs leveling, but the rest look good.

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Thanks for comment Sarah.
I added details on the posts above.
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Nice set but the first five are all tilted the same way. It might be worth turning on the guidelines on the display if you're having trouble levelling by eye.

The AutoHDR version looks like it's had a bit of trouble on the treeline which you can usually get round by resizing before you process. You could also try mixing techniques - if you run your #4 through AutoHDR on default settings it looks very nice

Of them all though I think #5 is great - the composition is good and with a bit of processing to make it pop I think the colours in the water are stunning:
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Martin,
That looks really good with popping colors.
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Very pretty shots! I really like the second one in the first group and the bridge shot.
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Thank you Saly.
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Great shots Mystery...where in Colorado was this at?
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Thank you LTZ,
The pictures are taken in a local park in Lakewood, a suburb of Denver.
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