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  1. LarryMartin830

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    well i never took a HDR and well around 2 am can't fall asleep because of my tooth and well took one lol... yes its a messy room lol :lol: good bad? and i know the light is really bright...

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    heres the normal pic
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    I like the warm tone but I agree, not the best scenario for HDR
     
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    yeah i know on my day tuesday if its nice i am going to try with my pos car lol
     
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    I love toying around with HDR. Takes a while to get used to what settings work best though.
     
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    i will be taking new ones today i'll post them later
     
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    You shoulda used a higher range of exposures to get rid of the blown out light. I typically use -2,0,+2 for my HDR's.

    Also, that blurry element in the lower left is really distracting.
     

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