Golden Gate Bridge HDR

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by TWoods450, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. TWoods450

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    Bad Halos. Sensor dust. It looks radioactive. I would chalk this up as a learning attempt.
     
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    when did they repaint the bridge black? i was just there a month ago, it was still red/orange! ;)

    bad halos, as mentioned. the foreground scaffolds would be a distraction in a non HDR photo.
     
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    Funny i took that same shot Sat the 19th
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    I was there friday the 18th, out of town family wanted to see SF. As for the halo, yeah if I play with the settings it fixes that.
     

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