Christmas Angel HDR

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  1. DanCanon

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    On top of our christmas tree, one of my first HDR practice attempts, please don't mind the watermarks. C&C always welcome.

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    doenst look too hdr-ish to me, just underexposed
     
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    I liked how the lights on the angel turned out, maybe it was too light for the shadows to really come out but I thought it looked cool.
     
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    for me it's awesome love it
     
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    Did it need HDR? Or did it just bring out the unwanted background and tree branch sticking up in front? - TF
     
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    the tree branch is an unfortunate occurrence, to get all the colors in the light I thought HDR was the way to go. would have been better with a black or dark background though.
     

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