2nd attempt at HDRish. Im bored Looky looky

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  1. zendianah

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    1 raw image. 3 exposures. I had to. The train was moving. Not fast but fast enough. Am I on the right track? Sort of? Hell NO? My subject needs to be better. I thought it was kinda cool the colors. I will show you a before and after pic.

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    I am sorry for the links. I hate them IMAGESHACK should be called IMAGESUCK they are down. :)


     
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    i like it, definite nice enhancement but not overdone
     
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    Thank you Mesoam ! I am VERY new at HDR and just practicing. I need to get a better more interesting subject. I was at Eliges this weekend and just took that pic on the train. It was colorful so I decided.. Why the hell not.
     
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    I like this one too. It has a cartoonish look to it which suits the child train.
     
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    If its only from 1 RAW image its not technically HDR, because it still lacks high dynamic range. It looks good, but a little less gamma would look better. Nice start, start trying to actually use differant exposures and you will get better.
     

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