Atop a mountain

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  1. Jaymz77

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    These are HDR attempts atop Mt Spokane in Eastern Washington state.. c&c really appreciated :)

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    You still have some blown highlights in these, although with the HDR process usually your trying to eliminate stuff like that.

    Other than that they look good, my favorite shot is the last one, great view.
     
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    Thanks RKW3.. your right, now that I went back an looked at them, they are too bright, I still need practice on taking the photos for HDR and I am using CS3 to do the merge instead of Photomatix.. which doesn't seem to tone map them as strongly.
     
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    great shot I like the last one too.
     
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    To be honest these do not look like HDR's at all.

    These images do not have enough contrast in them to be successful HDR's.
     
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    Says who? A lot of people shoot HDRs just to get increased dynamic range.


    Jaymz, looking at these pics on a real pc (I was on a laptop before), they are less bright. The only one that really has a problem with highlights now seems to be #2.
     

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