HDR (kind of)

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  1. drafuul

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    I've been working on my HDR method for a long time now. I do it much different that the norm and generally only use 3 images, but have come to really enjoy the result. I use 2 exposures and a sky from my library if needed. What do you think?

    Here are the originals

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    And the finished result.

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    And one other done with the same method.

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    C&C always welcome.
     
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    Very nice compositing. The outcome works really well.
     
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    I like the way the foregrounds loo, very natural but with lots of detail. I was considering doing HDR by bracketing the foreground and using one exposure for the sky since I hate the way HDR makes skies look. how do you blend/paste the sky in? what is the best method?
     
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    I like both HDRs though I think it would have been interesting to see how the sky in the first one would have looked :)
     

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