Barn HDR

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  1. Mgw189

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    im so impressed with your pic
     
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    I love it,
    I like the fact that it isnt over done and cartoony looking.
    Good job.
     
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    Doesn't look like an HDR which means you did it right. Good work.
     
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    I agree with everyone, you nailed it. You easily could have overdone the HDR. I think the grass blends perfectly and the sky is amazing. I can't tell if you used a circular polarizer, but you might have gotten more blue from the sky. But even this is very, very petty.

    The photograph is great.

    What software did you use?

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    Three images -2 0 +2 combined in Photomatix Pro. I havent done much as far as HDR goes so I am still learning. I didnt use a polarizing filter on this shot I wish I had a good reason as to why but I dont :blushing:
     
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    Thanks for the software information. I like to see what people are using. The polarizer is just a suggestion. The photograph really looks quite nice as is.

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    LOL the sad thing is I have two or three of the things lying around most of the time and for whatever reason I didnt put it on that day.
     
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    Really nicely done! Great colours.
     
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    Great composition, I like how the wires and also the road lead your eye into the subject of the shot.
     
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    Nice!!!!

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