HDR newbie cc apreciated...

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  1. Fishboy

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    Like the second one. I'd crop out the bush in the front though.
     
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    I like them both, I'd say crop the second one a bit more, at least the bush, maybe even up to the stack of wood.

    Very good, noncartoony HDR
     
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    Jeezy.... # 1 looks straight out of Grand Turissmo... Interesting...
     
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    Loved #2; I too would crop the bush at the bottom.
    Were there too many exposure differences in #1 to warrant a HDR? Mind you, the result is very good though and it is a lovely photo...
     
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    As everybody else said, just crop that little bush out of the second one. After that, its a perfect shot! I love them both!
     
  7. Fishboy

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    Thanks very much for all the comments, the 2nd pic has gone through quite a few different crops but i think this is what everyone has gone for?

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    It's funny how(for me) it's changed the whole feel of the picture, it feels much quieter, which i like!:mrgreen:

    Thanks again everyone,

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  8. AUZambo

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    Hey! Another SX4! I thought I was the only person in the world who drove one...except mine is the sedan...not the hatchback.

    Oh...and I definitely like your cropped version of the second one better. I assume you were using a tripod, but it still seems really soft. I keep trying to sharpen it in my mind.
     
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    Love the second one and I would agee take out the bush.
     
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    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    :thumbup: to the crop. Very nice.
     
  11. Fishboy

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    Thanks again all, isn't photography fun!:D

    AUZambo, It's not an SX4 but a swift:mrgreen:
     
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    Thats better. good job
     

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