Evening walk in the forest .:HDR:.

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  1. Froggy

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    Hello everybody,

    HDR done in Photomatix from 3 shots with standard exposures (-2EV, 0EV, +2EV)

    Thanks to let me know what you think :)

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    I really like the 1st one Very nice
     
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    Dude, you've got the sun smack-dab in the middle of that first shot. You need to Google The Rule of Thirds and learn about composition before you ever pick up a camera again.


    I'm totally kidding. Smiley face. Those are both gorgeous shots, and the centered sun works beautifully (especially with the slanted hilly horizon). I'd be proud to hang that one on the wall. Nice job!

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    great first shot
     
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    I like the first the best, great job.

    they look very natural
     
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    Thanks a lot to you all :D

    Hehe, at my first reading, I didn't understand well what you said and I believed that you were very serious :p
    Thank you guy
     
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    Both lovely shots Froggy - the first is the strongest for me.

    Plenty of interest in the photo from the great flowers showing in the foreground right back to the sun shining through the tree in the center of the frame.

    Very nice and natural lighting overall - the tones are very subtle for hdr - really well processed.

    daithi
     
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    That first one is gorgeous, and I registered on this forum just to reply regarding that photograph.

    While I've been struggling to figure out what HDR is and why it's used, this photo beautifully demonstrates. Definitely a wall-hanger.
     
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    Nicely done Froggy.
     
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    Very nice. There aren't a lot of shots I'd like with the sun centered like that, but this is one. It's also a shot that takes advantage of what HDR offers.
     

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