Bronze Age Sunset

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  1. flyingseale

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    Taken just up the road from me at a place called Sixpenny Handley. There are loads of Bronze Age barrows marking the line of the Dorset Cursus. #2 and #3 are HDR's.

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    I like #1 the best, I would have chosen #2 but the orange in the lower part of the horizon looks over saturated to me. Nice pics.
     
  3. astrostu

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    I like #1 most, too, which I find surprising. My gut reaction to #2 was "cartoon." To me, it looks like you cut the dynamic range down by too much and upped the saturation too much.
     
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    I'm going for #1 as well.
     
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    I like #3.
     
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    Love that blue in 2.
     
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    I love love love the green in 2.
     
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    I was expecting everyone to prefer the more natural #1. The HDR's certainly bring out colours that you wouldn't see otherwise, so I'm glad you like them.
     
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    Are you using Photomatix for these? Have you tried any of the others, i.e. Artizen, FDRTools, or ?

    Really, really like these HDR's.

    Thanks.
     
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    I'm using Photomatix. There are certain features of the program that I don't like, so I'll take a look at Artizen and FDRTools some time in the future.
    Glad you like the HDRs
     

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