HDR Sunrise

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  1. eccs19

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    One of my first attempts at HDR. I thought the sunrise this morning was a good candidate.

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    i really like the picture...but gotta be honest have no clue what hdr is...hmmm i guess i have another book i need to read now :(
     
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    its a high dynamic range image. Its a bunch of bracketed exposures, layered to give that effect. Some one correct me if I wrong. Danny
     
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    I found that doing nature HDR is very tricky because of wind: branches and leaves always move a bit, making the picture blurry.

    I like your pic though, and in this case, blurry branches wouldn't be detrimental I think
     
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    Ya, I ran it through a sharpener afterwords, and it helps, but I wanted to post right out of the HDR software. It didn't help much that I opened the door and it was -16 Celsius. It was a quick shot, and then get my butt back inside.
     
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    The hdr processing is not overdone like most, but it is still dark without much detail in the woods (at least on my monitor). Also, I would crop off a lot of that blank sky. - TF
     

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