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Old Dec 23, 2010, 6:10 PM   #1
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Hiya! I took this troublesome photo and decided to run it through Martin's neat HDR programme! I really like the programme and the different affects one can create. Here is this familiar picture, where I was standing out on the ice with the very end of the pier in the foreground.



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I love shots like this. HDR saves the day.
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Yes I like that too Ned - very nice shot.
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An interesting interpretation! I like it also, it's realistic but complete fantasy all at the same time.
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Thanks everyone! Well it was -22F/-30C last night, it is now Christmas eve. A blessed and merry CHRISTmas to you all.
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Brrrr! Stay warm! It's a chilly +7C/46F here, just before dawn. At least the rain has stopped, should be a very bright, beautiful day this Christmas eve.
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The HDR effect really makes the image a great shot
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Thanks everyone! Yes the HDR effect is pretty neat, but we have our own Martin Sykes with his really cool software to thanks... I used his programme... really awesome.
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Lovely. Like Harriet said, realistic, but fantasy, too.

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I love it, Ned!
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