HDR Attempt

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  1. drakeman

    drakeman TPF Noob!

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    I haven't yet bought photomatix, so please try to ignore the clone marks from taking out the watermarks.
     
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    look great to me!
     
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    Not bad at all, although #2 has a strong green cast.
     
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    I don't even see the clone marks!

    I agree on #2, the grass looks good vivid, but I think you may have taken it just a bit too far..
     
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    Alright thanks, how about this?

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    I like the first one, but I think the saturation is to strong in the second one.
     
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    How did you make the first one? As far as I know (and correct me if I'm wrong) HDR requires blending different shots of different exposures... I hear you can 'fake it' with a RAW image though. Is that how you did it?
    Looks good though! I like the second better, I really see the range in it. I prefer your first post of that image, but I usually prefer a little bit more saturation so it's a natural choice for me.
     
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    Thats pretty much the only way to do it for action shots or people and stuff. Ive actually seen some single raw hdr's that look really good, but idk

    I like the second one alot better.
     

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