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Old Mar 20, 2008, 4:55 AM   #1
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(1.3 ev) bracketted 5 shot HDR output:
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Old Mar 20, 2008, 5:03 AM   #2
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...and below is straight from the camera relying on spotmetering with '0' ev compensation (exifis embedded)
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Old Mar 20, 2008, 5:52 AM   #3
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I like the hdr version. I see lot's of hdr shots that are way over the top. Yours looks very nice ~ Ron
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Old Mar 20, 2008, 11:44 AM   #4
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The details you have captured in the HDR version makes it my favorite. Both shots are good but I choose the standout. Well done Bahadir.
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Nice shot and scene, although the rule of thirds seems to be lacking

I thought I'd try an edit to see the difference and came up with this

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Old Mar 20, 2008, 2:04 PM   #6
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Really nice bahadir I love the HDR version better the colours seem to be a lot stronger.

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Nice shot and scene, although the rule of thirds seems to be lacking

I thought I'd try an edit to see the difference and came up with this

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musket I have been doing photography for as long as I can remember and I have broken this rule many of times and yes this breaks the rule of thirds but it works on this image. Rules are there to be broken especially in photography. Digital Photography is all about pushing the boundaries.

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Old Mar 20, 2008, 2:32 PM   #7
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Neil Wharton wrote:
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Really nice bahadir I love the HDR version better the colours seem to be a lot stronger.

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Nice shot and scene, although the rule of thirds seems to be lacking

I thought I'd try an edit to see the difference and came up with this

.................musket.
musket I have been doing photography for as long as I can remember and I have broken this rule many of times and yes this breaks the rule of thirds but it works on this image. Rules are there to be broken especially in photography. Digital Photography is all about pushing the boundaries.

Neil.....

Well this forum is called 'Critics and Techniques' not 'Pat on the Back'

so that anything you see or have an opinion about in photographic

'Technique' can be aired, it all goes to help in the long run....:-).....musket.
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Old Mar 20, 2008, 3:33 PM   #8
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Bahadir, I like the HRD version very much you have done an excellent job on this shot, the only thing I would do and that is to crop the photo, not sure what that is in the left corner, but crop that out and I think you will have a very nice photo for the wall my friend.
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Old Mar 20, 2008, 4:10 PM   #9
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musket wrote:
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Neil Wharton wrote:
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Really nice bahadir I love the HDR version better the colours seem to be a lot stronger.

musket wrote:
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Nice shot and scene, although the rule of thirds seems to be lacking

I thought I'd try an edit to see the difference and came up with this

.................musket.
musket I have been doing photography for as long as I can remember and I have broken this rule many of times and yes this breaks the rule of thirds but it works on this image. Rules are there to be broken especially in photography. Digital Photography is all about pushing the boundaries.

Neil.....

Well this forum is called 'Critics and Techniques' not 'Pat on the Back'

so that anything you see or have an opinion about in photographic

'Technique' can be aired, it all goes to help in the long run....:-).....musket.
All I was saying musket is that your version does'nt look right. Were as bahadir original gives the images something extra.

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Old Mar 20, 2008, 10:00 PM   #10
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Bahadir,

Nice work on the HDR, looks like it came right out of the camera. Well except for the Sun seems to have moved just a bit on you.
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