Browns Bridge HDR

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  1. AtlPikMan

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    This is a 5 shot HDR photo. This was my first time shooting this bridge. I think it came out ok. I also believe i should have took the pic later in the evening, when the sun was lower. Your Thoughts?​

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    First -- well done. The HDR came through very well, and the photo looks pretty natural. So, kudos for that!

    I would agree that a later evening shot might have been good -- just to get more interesting colors. Those clouds are pretty dramatic, but they could have been even more amazing with some more colors hilighting them.
     
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    i'm not a huge HDR fan but i like this shot - it looks very natural
    later in the day would have been nice but this is also beautiful :)
     
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    I like it. You used the HDR method very well here.
     
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    Thanks everyone. I dont know why this is but my Photographic eye doesnt start working until i am looking at my shots. I will be going back for that sunset shot. I did take a single shot that turned out pretty good (imho). Here it is..

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    Great shot, here we see the benefits of working with a bunch of RAWs instead of trying to do the whole job with just one ;-) Do you use a program to put them all together? Or do you just merge them manually?
     
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    First pic 5 shots merged with Photomatrix second pic Single Raw shot edited with Lightroom 2.
     
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    They're both well done. The HDR has more oomph.
     
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    Very natural HDR - i like the composition. You have brought out the sky very well in this shot. The sky makes the image for me.

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    Thanks Everyone..
     
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    OMG didn't think it was HDR when I first saw it, very well done, I like it as it is...
     

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