another HDR YAY! xD

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  1. boogschd

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    C&C ? :)
     
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    bump for comments >:)
     
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    NIce HDR I like this one alot, the sky has a tad too much blue but other then that looks good
     
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    Not sure why you did this with HDR. You could have made the exact same picture with a single exposure very easily. It probably would have had less noise too.
     
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    idk why theres noise .. i shot this @ ISO 100 :(

    as for the HDR bit.. idk i guess i was just bored then :mrgreen:

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    okay i reviewed my shots for that day again...

    your right.. i could have achieved the same effect with one shot and a bit of edit .. lol

    FAIL :lmao:
     
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    when you combine images in an HDR program, it makes the final product noisy. It's the nature of the HDR beast.

    You should take the middle exposure and try to duplicate your HDR image by playing with the saturation, curves, and dodging and burning. It's fun, and I bet you'll come out with a photo that you like more than the one in this thread.

    it happened to me, it can happen to you!
     

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