1st Time HDR

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  1. JPIX

    JPIX TPF Noob!

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    I've been wanting to try HDR for a while now - I used Photomatix for the shots below.

    Let me know your thoughts.
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  2. JPIX

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    A lot of views with no c&c???
     
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    Well because the first one is small, because its a pano, its kinda hard to judge. I think it looks good though. Perhaps the rule of thirds may have helped, but the centered red building is still interesting.

    The second one would have been fabulous with a great sunset. I don't see anything technically wrong with it, and the HDR is done well, but I kind of find it alittle boring.

    Overall, I think your HDR processing is well done. I love photomatix and its flexibility. Its a great program!
     
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    I like the first one. The red building really pops. The second image doesn't stand out much, the colors on the building seem to pop more than the rest of the seen. My monitor is not calibrated so it may just be my screen.
     
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    The first one is nice, and I think it would be better if the building was positioned more to the side.
     

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