Forest Path in HDR

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  1. xs400

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    I went for a walk this afternoon and took a number of shots so I could practice my HDR technique. K100D, 18-55mm kit lens, and Photomatix Basic 1.2 for HDR.

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  2. Trenton Romulox

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    I like these. This is what HDR should look like! Because I can't tell, and that's what I like about it. The shots look natural, naturally good. Nice work.
     
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    They all look a bit soft, or shaky to me. Did you use a tripod? ( as far as HDR is concerned, you did a wonderful job!! )
     
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    Thanks for the comments.
    These shots were all handheld.
     
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    Ahh, well you did pretty darn good for handheld. Im not sure but the program you use might have an "auto align" button that would fix that for you.
     
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    i agree i like subtle HDR, it displays more the beauty of the scene rather than the technological aspect
     
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    Very good. There is a bit of distortion in on the left side of the last pic. PS can auto align layers if that helps...
     

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