Binny Craig

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  1. Dougie

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    This a polarised shot at a knoll called "Binny Craig". Using f/16 for the right shot, bracketing was used as well to two stops.
    Sorry here is the link......... [​IMG]
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Pssst.

    (Put up the photo, too, please!)
     
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    Is this an HDR shot?
     
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    This pic is untouched. I try not to do any enhancements at all. It was taken with only a polariser, camera set to f/16, it's the first time Id tried any shots like this. I took a few at this angle ata the time, this appears to be the best one.
     
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    Sorry I was unclear. I didn't understand what you meant by 'bracketing was used as well to two stops.' I thought perhaps you had bracketed the exposure on either side and merged the 3 exposures using the High Dynamic Range feature of PS.
     

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