Hebden Bridge

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  1. gman172

    gman172 TPF Noob!

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    taken in hebden bridge - a view across the canal

    light hdr processing

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    c & c please
     
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    very nice concept and execution. moody, interesting, nice composition altho a teeny tight at top.
    I would like to see a version with the houses on the right slightly lighter; right now they are so dark as to draw the eye.
     
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    I've noticed that most of your photos have "light hdr processing." What do you mean by this, exactly?
     
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    love it, awesome shot
     
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    The still water and crisp reflection is very appealing!
     
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    i guess i should just put - processed in hdr

    the light comment is due to the seetings i apple on photomatix are very light compared to what can be processed - like i used to use (and 'overcooking' the pic) and really i am just layering the 3 exposures (-2, 0, +2) and doing a bit of tonemapping to enhance detail

    then i open in cs3 to adjust the levels, contrast and brightness, hue and sharpen (as well as cloning and healing any distractions)
     
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    I really like the image...good cloud action, a pretty scene with interesting stuff to look at, and that lovely reflection.
     

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