Lima HDRS

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  1. myshkin

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    Some shots from yesterdays walk around in Miraflores, a nice area in Lima.
    Which shot you like better out of the marriott shots 2 & 3?


    #1 Parque Kennedy
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    #2 Marriott
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    #3 Marriott
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    #4 Miraflores Church
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    #5 Larcomar Cliffside Mall
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    #6 Larco Pond
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    #7 Kennedy Night
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    #8 Praying
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    Your lens has distored all the pics and so I got used to seeing them that way, but I prefer to see the verticals vertical and the horizontals horizontal. Good processing. Also the street scene with and without the pool wall. I prefer the pool wall since it explains the water. The first shot I thought maybe from a flood. All right nice job.
     
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    I guess english isn't your first language bynx since you can't spell distorted
     
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    definitely like #3 marriott over #2,,,I like the green palm frong reflection.
     
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    I guess I will never hear the end about my tpyos. I dont really have a first language. I was raised in a cave by inter breeding hillbillies. They might not read well, but they can really play the banjo.
     
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    WAY too much tonemapping.
     
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    Haha nice response.

    I find it humerous to see older men arguing with eachother on the internet, as I've only seen it from teens on the internet

    Not to say Bynx is arguing, just saying the other guy is pushing this on.

    My favorite out of 2 and 3 would be 2
     
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    #7 is really nice I like them all but this one sticks out it came out very good.
     
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    This isn't really helpful. Would love to hear some examples of why you feel they are over processed
     
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    HDR is a method to expand the dynamic range of a photograph so as to show details in both brightly lit areas as well as in shadows. Slamming the tonemapping sliders to the right just results in a cartoonish image.
     
  11. myshkin

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    I don't see these as cartoony but we all see something different. The couple blue sky shots I could have just PP the 0exp and got similar results, I admit HDR isnt really needed. The others are using HDR for its reasons.
    I also do not go for the extremes in photomatix
     
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    I dont see a cartoonish look to any of the shots. If anything they are all just a little too saturated which is easily fixed and open to individual preference.

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