Car HDR

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  1. mack1time

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    My 3rd ever HDR

    Going for a more realistic look.
    Kinda harsh Halos on the left and really enhanced the dirt on the bumper.

    Let me know how I did?

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  2. A4RingedONE8T

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    No real reason to use HDR unless you're going for the exaggerated look or to change background appearance (sky, tree's, etc.)
     
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    Not True.
    I could not get the bumper exposed correctly without washing all the top out.
    It is very usefull for when you want to correctly expose all elements of a photo.
    Sky,shadows etc
     
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    Then it doesnt correctly expose all elements ;)
     
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    im impressed with the car and not with the picture..
     
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    I hate HDR in automotive pictures. (Actually not a fan of HDR at all). It makes car paint look like crap.

    And all the elements of this photo are not "correctly exposed" LOL. Your sky is over exposed.
     
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    Dang,
    I didnt mean to start a war
    I meant I could not get this many exposures from 1 shot
    And If I had wanted I could have done a couple darker exposures for the Sky

    To each there own and thanks for the critique
     

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