Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by McNugget801, Oct 14, 2009.
A or b?
I like B, it seems to have more depth and better contrast.
Definitely B, Much more edge detail, and the color is better.
I'd like to see it larger
I would say B. It has better colors because of its less exposure time.
Like others have said, B is much better than A.
A, wait. sorry, B i hope you can see its no contest either.
B without a doubt, not that this needs to be said
Definitely B... Way more definition... It's a close race lol
No, not everyone hates HDR. I think, if polled, most people who detest HDR detest HDR when the tool is misused. In your example, it accomplishes a lot and doesn't detract from the image. Now if you'd taken the the warmth slider and driven it up to max, and saturated the image such that the greens looked like they'd been through a toxic waste dump, and dropped the light smoother such that everything had more halos than a 1348 group painting of saints, then, yes, the OMFGWEHATEHDR crowd would be all over that like white on rice.
Yours isn't HDR
Yours is Tone Mapped.
HDR is usually over the top and Surrealistic, Yours is just a Great image that brings out the true colours.
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