How is the dynamic range?

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  1. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Took this landscape shot yesterday. Photographing into the sun is always a hassle but I think I got away with something quite reasonable.

    What I am asking is does this look sufficiently ... well not truly real, but jut all around good dynamic range wise? The photo was made by taking 2 exposures and faking a 1.7 stop NDGrad filter.

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  2. gmarquez

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    I think that it looks sufficiently "not faked". :wink:

    For the most part, I like it.

    (However, I'd probably crop out the foreground darkness a bit more)
     
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    Yes it will. The final image will actually be cropped to a 16:10 ratio for a wide screen. Better put that out there before someone says I cut the horizon through the centre :D
     

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