First Attempt At HDR

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  1. VegasS2k

    VegasS2k TPF Noob!

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    a Friend let me borrow their Rebel XT and i was messing with HDR and bracketing.. and being a Nikon person i hate the way the Rebel is Setup.
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    I think number 2 is the best. This may be my option but I think some of them may be a lil to sharp in the back ground part. Number 3 would look really nice a lil softer. I like the look of it over all.
     
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    I like 5 nice job on your first try!
    I never tired HDR with my Rebel I have done it with my S5 though.. lots of fun!
     
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    #3 is my favourite.

    S2000 needs to fix his front & rear bumpers...where has it been driven, off road?
     
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    the rx-7 wheels look pretty good on the s2000. i'm surprised they fit though, being as wide as they are...

    for me, these are bit over the top. plus i don't think cars are the right subject for HDRs. the shadows and highlights are what makes a great car shot and using HDR completely eliminates them. but the first two are pretty good as far as the process and end result go.
     

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