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Old Oct 4, 2008, 12:31 AM   #1
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Shot this down the road using -2/0/+2 exposure combined.



Here are the three shots I put together to get the one shot which I tried to do without the extreme contrast usually found with HDR.


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Old Oct 4, 2008, 6:30 AM   #2
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That's more than just a bit! Pretty shot!

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Great Shot Tom. We have about 2 mnore weeks before Color peaks Around Here.


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Those are awesome colors, including the blue sky. Hard to beleive we are only about a week away from the anniversary of one of the worst snow storms in history here in Buffalo. The problem was wet snow on trees that hadn't lost their foliage yet.

Nice shot!

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The color around here is very spotty, some trees like the maple I posted are in full color and others are just green with no sign of any color.

As Rick posted, lots of frost today so winter is not too far away.

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Very pretty. We've got color here, too. Just haven't gotten anything yet. Maybe tomorrow will have a chance.

So, did you use Photoshop or something to merge the files together?

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Love the picture - it's quite well done. There's a hint of yellow in the cottonwoods today, but otherwise not much for color. I'm beginning to think there won't be much this year - everything is really dry and I expect the trees will just turn brown mostly. Summer isn't over by any means - we had a teaser today in a bit of rain in some spots, but its supposed to get hot again next week.

I envy all of you with autumn color and frost.
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Thanks I am pretty happy with the results getting detail in the shadows, white areas and the mid tones was my objective which doesn't seem possible with a straight digital file.

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Very nicely done Tom. It certainly looks natural and accurate, which you can't always say for HDR images.

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