Kungsgatan Street HDR

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  1. linkahwai

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    If you clone out that crane, it would be an awesome shot.
     
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    Nice HDR
     
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    I hate how a clear blue sky always looks terrible in HDR's. It's ruined a number of my shots. I usually end up erasing the HDR sky and leaving the sky from the middle shot.

    I like the rest of the shot though :thumbup: Good vantage point.
     
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    Agree with the vantage point and the crane but I also would like to see more detail in the shadows.
     
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    lose the crane and it would be perfect
     
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    Very nice. Not sure if you planned it, but the colors look like cross processed film...
     

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