Fried HDR

Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by desertdave, Jul 11, 2010.

  1. desertdave

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    A little fried HDR for those who love or hate it.

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    David

    I like how HDR gives anyone the creative tools to work on a photo and have the range from very realistic to creative artwork.

    This (in my mind) falls into creative artwork, and I happen to like this one. I really like the colors it brought out.


    Would you mind showing us the original?
     
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    At first look they appear to be doorways, then they turn into floors. Very interesting optical illusion. The color and creative art work works very well here. Good job, well done. :thumbup:
     
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    No problem. And thanks for the kind words. I needed them. My last few shots were, shall we say, not so well taken.

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    I like the original better. With some minor adjustments in post, it could be very cool. I love the composition.
     
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    I think the colors work well here because of the abstract aspects of the picture. And I too agree its nice to be able to enjoy something with so much range as HDR. From super photographic quality to far out artwork.
     
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    Those are some unusual colors for a building. I like the original and agree there is a potential for realistic treatment of the shot.

    ...but I like the HDR treatment you have in the OP more. The depth from top to bottom, the detail of the piping and the colors work very well together.
     

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