Corner of a building

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  1. Brentles

    Brentles TPF Noob!

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    This is my first try at HDR...just an old shot of a building corner...


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    I like it minus the halo in the corner you have some overburned area to the left side of the image the yellow portion but that is expected as the sun is shining on that side of the building. I would say for your first attempt is not bad is not the best subject to showcase your attempt, but what I am trying to say perhaps another subject such as a downtown area, a playground or a car to show illustrate your workings.
     
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    I agree with Provo. I will also add that when you post your next pic to be sure and include that huge watermark to completely ruin the image. Who knows who might want to steal your hard work.
     
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    I think everyone has to go through a faze of doing these to get them out of there system when they first start, then they never have to do it again. The composition isnt horrible but the HDR look is exagerated and silly
     
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    I guess I could have left the watermark out....just got so used to putting it in everything I do....Thank you for the tips...I'll keep working at it!!
     

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