First attempt at HDR

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  1. jamescell

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    Well I just got back from a hike up Empire Bluffs. This is one of 4 photos that turned out ok. Please tell me what you think, and what I could do better :D Thanks a ton
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    Does any one think I should have removed the kiteboarder?
     
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    This is not a bad picture, but I would be careful with your horizon. You may want to straighten it.
     
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    I think you should level the horizon before you do anything.
     
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    yeah i guess I never thought of that. Anything else?
     
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    ok that looks better :thumbup:
     
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    IMO this is a very nice HDR. While I am a fan of the high contrast HDR examples that some people do I also like to see the more subtle varieties like this one. Good work. You could very easily clone out the kite boarder, however, I honestly didn't notice him until you mentioned it and I went back and looked again. :D
     
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    Nice pic :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks for all the feed back everone. I still keep going back and forth about the kitboarder. Part of me wants to to leave it to give alittle perspective of depth. Another part of me thinks it just looks out of place.
     

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