Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by PasqualettoM, Apr 11, 2017.
Very cool images!
I like the third one. But I'd work on the haloing.
are these actual HDR images made with multiple exposure shots or just one very tone mapped image?
@pixmedic they are actual HDR but still hyper toned. Each is comprised of a minimum of 3 images one or two have up to 5 images
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Or is it ghosting? I know these are winter scenes but they seem to blue. Maybe adjust the WB warmer, and bump the exposure up.
Im sorry but they are horribly processed.
I agree....HDR photos should have a greater emphasis on "realism" than these. When you have time, play with your post-exposure settings to find different results than what you've ended up with. Play with the software and have fun learning.
Not sure why any picture should have an emphasis on realism. Where would Man Ray be with realism? Go with your vision, young man.
On the other hand, these are certainly not to my taste. They are too dark, for one thing. If you are going to create hyperdetail, let's see that hyperdetail.
Pictures do remind me of my first HDR pictures I made, I felt to always put the sliders to the extreems, creating this kind of effect. Now I learned not to with (for me) better outcomes.
But they should at least have some emphasis AWAY from "I tossed this image in a free version I got of photodex and this is what horrible result I got"
These are not the vision of the OP, this is processing in the name of junk processing, for the sake of junk processing, under the guise of HDR.
They are all very straight forward shots of a covered bridge, processed in a way that detracts from the image in all regards. So much so that there is no remaining redeeming value left in these images.
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