HDR attempt

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  1. SteveLuke

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    Feedback is welcome.

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    Why do you need HDR for that?
     
  3. SteveLuke

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    Why...not? I was just trying out photomatix and i was looking for feedback on the way it was processed. Thank you for that valuable input though.
     
  4. GacAttack

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    To be honest, I can't really tell that this is an HDR image. Perhaps that means that you did a nice job, as you do have good detail in both the shadows and highlights. Perhaps, your technique did not actually pull any detail out, though.

    Would you be able to post the original for comparative purposes?
     
  5. mylegacy412

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    i think this is an awesome shot.

    as an HDR goes people look at them 2 ways.
    1) to look very "HDR"ish and look surreal
    2) to look very natural but when decoded and really looked at you realize that it is not possible to expose the photo with one shot

    2 different styles of HDR. i like this shot (it falls into category 2) and is well done!
     
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    I agree totally with mylegacy. But his #2 examples is the most important for me.

    I like this shot very very much. But I think it could benefit from being cropped at the top.
     

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