First and second attempt at HDR

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  1. Joe S

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    I admit I cheated and did the bracketing in photoshop's RAW program, not on the site with the camera.

    I used photomatrix for the HDR conversion and went for the subtle effect rather than a haunted look. I am more of a less is more type.

    The shots are assembled from 5 images each stepped by 2 stops ranging from -4 to +4


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    i like pic #2, its like you can walk into it.
     
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    i really like both of them but i think the composition in the second one is much much much better.
     
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    Second one is most definitely eye catching. Nice job!
     
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    curious how you would change the composition
     
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    I really like both of them. I love it when the sky comes out the color of the first one, I'm always amazed at it's beauty, especially when contrasted against clouds. The second one is fantastic. You captured the feel of a calm place.
     

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