First HDR attempt, trying to show someone up..

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  1. penfold1

    penfold1 TPF Noob!

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    Well, a friend on another forum posted some HDR images, and being the photo guy on that forum I just had to try and show him up.

    I think I over did the colors, but figured I would share here anyway, because a little C&C never hurts! :)


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  2. astrostu

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    Gotta say that they don't really work for me. In my mind, an HDR is supposed to still look like a "regular" picture, it just has a high dynamic range (duh ... HDR). I like very few HDRs that have the obvious "artificial" coloring and tones, unless that's the actual point (I think someone posted a few that were titled "fairytale village" or something like that a few months ago).
     
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    I like it! Nice job.
     
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    I like the first one, ya so you went alittle overboard on the tones but it gives the photo character..

    We do all need to start somewhere, all my HDR's so far have gone to the trash so, I do believe it takes alot of practice to master this art.
     
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    A few are decent, but I agree, I think it would take alot of master this, even though I don't really understand what "high dynamic range" is and how you go about. Explanation anybody? Anyway, they look a little too animated and artificial, on a few of them the colors are a little off, as you said. I especially noticed this on 2 and 4, finding 3 to be pretty decent. Thanks for sharin'! =D
     
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    I would just tune them all down a little and they would be ace
     
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    Dmitri No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_dynamic_range_imaging

    Good luck ;)
     

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