3 from last night (HDR)

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  1. McNugget801

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    Great clouds down by the lake last night so decided brave the mosquitoes to get some shots. All images are three exposures (RAW) with various spacing, edited in LR, processed / tone mapped in photomatix, then back to LR for a few finishing touches.


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  2. bigtwinky

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    Nice images overall.

    #1 comes off as a standard photo of a tractor, at a angle, with HDR thrown in for interest. Its a nice image, but I'm not into the composition or the subject.

    #2 is similar to #1 in that its a nice image, but I find that piece of wall shooting out on the lower left isn't well placed in the image, its too straight. Although the grass and sky are killer. What the heck is that black smoke trailing in the sky? I can see the Olympic rings and the number 3 in there.

    #3 is the best HDR IMO. It has a nice range of tones and colours
     
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    love all 3 pictures, great job!!! did u PP at all?
     
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    aside from hdr?:greenpbl:
     
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    aside from hdr?:greenpbl:[/QUOTE]

    whats hdr?
     
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    Great set. #2 is my fav.
     
  7. NateS

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    All three are very nice. I would, however, like to see a little more detail in the water on #3...aside from that I think 3 is the best one here.
     
  8. ben.

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    could you maybe explain your technique? shutter speed + f size + ISO

    Thanks!!
     
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    I love the first shot!!! (But I come from an Eng. background anyway.)

    The next two are wonderful. Great work.
     
  10. McNugget801

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    Sure but for which image, each one was processed differently.
     
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    Very cool! I've never attempted HDR. I need to haha :)

    #1 is my fav!
     
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    High Dynamic Range (HDR) is the technique to combine multiple images of the exact same subject with different exposures.
     

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