First crack at HDR Barge

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Heck, Sep 29, 2007.

  1. Heck

    Heck TPF Noob!

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    I found this link from the list of links you posted in my thread. Out of all of the links, I found this one containing images that I find most appealing. What I look for in images is just how memorable they are. Will I think about them later? If I do, then that image is a success. If I don't, then it's just another image in a cast of billions. These images demonstrate your photo editing skills and I think it's great practice for you and not a bad job considering you're a beginner. Here's a further critique.

    #1) Not a bad shot at all The clouds are a tiny bit blown out. It also appears to be overly sharpened. I'd like to see more detail in the stones surrounding the island.

    #2) The horizon is tilted to the left. The colours are interesting. The subject is not so interesting.
     
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    The blown out clouds in #1 make it look ethereal. I like it.

    A little too much saturation in #2.
     

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