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Old Aug 10, 2008, 11:19 AM   #1
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While looking after the kids at the playgarden I shot three differently exposed pictures leaning the camera against a pole : )I should also mention that the place is illuminated by some'amber' lightwhichmightbe accentuated here a little!





The tweaked version for the kioskas suggested



....and here are the three base shots as promised :!:

Btw, I'd like to share one lesson learned: it is better to resize the pictures with the PS according to the largest display size at the flickr (the host site)before uploading them. Becauseleaving the resizing tomy host site (flickr)and directly uploading the files from the computerin their original sizeends up loosing the exif!







oh, have I told about the merits of using a tripod when shooting for hdr ??




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Nice shot, looks even better since I changed my board theme to default1 :-)
I got tired of all that black:angry:...............musket.

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Old Aug 11, 2008, 3:51 AM   #3
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Nice shot, looks even better since I changed my board theme to default1 :-)
I got tired of all that black:angry:...............musket.
Thanks for your kindfeedback. Ialso tried changing the theme a few times, which is a relief for the eyes!!...but againeach time Iended up with the black one after a while. Still, a good trick toescapesome angry yelling fora while: 'Hey! are you again at Steve's??' :G


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I like the sky most of all in this, great colours and tones.
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Old Aug 11, 2008, 6:42 AM   #5
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I like the sky most of all in this, great colours and tones.
Pleased to read your kind comment!Actually that's one corner of a largeparkclose to my house with some cosy places where you canhave a beer or twoto enjoy the evening colours even more: )
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Old Aug 11, 2008, 8:46 AM   #6
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An excellent well exposed shot my friend, you have done a very nice job on this.
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Old Aug 11, 2008, 9:29 AM   #7
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An excellent well exposed shot my friend, you have done a very nice job on this.
Thank you for the incentive my friend:-D
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Good job! What process do yo follow for your conversion?

At first view the hut is a but harsh, but the longer I looked at it the better it looked. Maybe try to adjust the colour a bit or reduce the brightness somehow?
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Good job! What process do yo follow for your conversion?

At first view the hut is a but harsh, but the longer I looked at it the better it looked. Maybe try to adjust the colour a bit or reduce the brightness somehow?
Dear mate, thank you for observing the image throughly : ) I just remembered how things might change the longer you look from Sartre'sLa Nausé!! Oh, glad mine turned out nicely:-)Well, I shot three differently exposed raws to be converted and merged with the photomatix.Please do not hesitate to ask any further questions if you have any about the process : )

The version below has just been edited for comparisonbasedon yourimpression.I'd bepleased to know yourfurther assessment..




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Old Aug 11, 2008, 3:55 PM   #10
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Awesome, as always. It is so vibrant that it is almost cartoony, I mean in a good way. Would it be possible to post the 3 base shots?
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