Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by Rodger, Jun 6, 2010.
I like the composition but the inner side of the image the tree has to go it's distracting also the rock formations from the canyon seemed over exposed so is the sky. Other than that everything else looks ok.
I disagree I rather like that inside the window type deal, looks very cool. You may want to pic up a polarizer though .
[QUOTE I disagree I rather like that inside the window type deal, looks very cool. You may want to pic up a polarizer though .[/QUOTE]
Actually I did use a polarizer. The problem was that the room was so dark that I should of shot more exposures. I ended up having to push the exposure on the final output to bring out the room.
The view out the window is too bright. Not sure what time of day you shot this. Is 0 exposure really bright like that?
I think you did a great job here. Next time take an axe and remove the tree.
It looks great, even with the tree. I don't know how can you get rid of the tree
I think an axe was mentioned. Of course if you had a trained woodpecker, but thats too time consuming.
i would add a little contrast to the sky, personally.
in my personal view, don't try to get a very nice HDR by shooting outside the window from a room. it is too hard.
In my personal view, thats a silly thing to say. Thats the point of going HDR, so you CAN get a very nice shot. In the case of this shot its not the outside of the window which is the problem, its the very dark inside of the walls.
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