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    HDR Shootout #18

    Went out photo hunting today.....Bagged this image:



    Although I used a tripod, I was in the middle of the creek and one leg was in sand... so alignment might be an issue.

    There was a big, bright yellow thing that appeared in the sky that somehow turned all the gray clouds white and blue. It scared the poopie out of me so I fired off these shots and ran home.

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    HDR to your heart's content. Adjust, crop, color-correct, twist, perspective control.....
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    Not much light drama to warrant an HDR here. I took your middle exposure and adjusted the histogram to provide some white in the clouds and sharpened the image. I guess this is a personal taste thing, but the HDR looks under exposed.
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    Used -1, +1, and +3 exposures in Photomatix 4. Photoshop Elements 9 for crop, curves, hue/saturation and sharpening.

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    All from single image(the actual image posted not the full size versions) in cs4.

    More color burn + overlay

    So many options
    Last edited by rebent; 05-17-2011 at 11:51 AM.

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    Here's my take on it. A little more sinister than some. LOL... Great Images set Sparky, it was really fun to play with!

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    I would like to give it a shot. Thanks for the images. Here is my take.



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