Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by danir, Mar 16, 2008.
Thanks for looking.
This is a surprise photo!
We read "daisies" in the title, we first only see clouds and then, suddenly, upon scrolling further, a burst of yellow.
Now this is tone-mapped, isn't it?
Could the yellow be even more intense if you created a "false"HDR from one RAW file?
Thanks for commenting Corinna.
Yes. this is tone mapped, and I also increased the brightness and saturation of the flowers.
I never tried HDRs (faulse or true) but I usually don't like them. Might try it some day though.
They can be done very subtly, or very strongly (like "woodsac's" quite brilliant extra-cartoonlike HDR images!) ... and I believe that with this sky, and the burst of yellow on the ground, a subtly made HDR could be nice... just a thought.
I'll give it a try and see how I like it.
ok. I've reedited this one - not an HDR corinna, but what Ron Bigelow refers to as digital graduated ND filter.
More green on the hills !!! :heart: -> GREEN! :mrgreen:
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