Christmas Tree (HDR)

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  1. rufus5150

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    I don't do many HDR images, but this isn't a 'first' (may be a last, though, we'll see!). This was 3 images at -2,0,2 through photomatix for the combine and tone mapping, then some small touch ups in PS to finish. The couch, unfortunately, could not be moved.

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    I like it.
     
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    It's beautiful! I really like it.
     
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    Not bad... feels kind of yellow to me and the blinds and chair that are invading the shot don't help. Easy fixes though.
     
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    Well done. :)
     
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    My hats are off to you sir!

    I have always never had really any success at all with Hdr and you have pulled it off in this shot.
     
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    Very cool, I like it.
     
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    I reshot this tonight after putting down the packages. I couldn't get a good angle to get rid of the blinds, though.

    This was 5 exposures with the kit lens (18-55mm) at close-to-18 and F11. Photomatix for the combine and tone mapping, and then some additional touch up in CS3:

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    I like this one a lot!

    I am usually turned off by HDR, but in a stream of photos of christmas trees this stands out!!'

    nice
     
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    Very cool. I've never seen it done indoors like this. It gives the scene a fantasy type look. I like it.
     
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    Very nice, I like both shots. Definitely better than the ones I have of my tree.
     

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