Macro Feather Droplet HDR. :o

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  1. gizmo2071

    gizmo2071 TPF Noob!

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    "A drop of lizard tears,
    Onto a ravens black wing,
    Read the enchantment,
    let me hear you sing.
    See into the future,
    where the highlights bling.
    I see the sadness,
    of a lost wedding ring."




    50mm 1.8 with 1,2+3 extension tubes, handheld.
    iso 1600, 3 exposures (-1ev, 0 ,+1ev)
    Merged in photoshop, adjustment layers added (contrast, curves, levels)

    This is a single image from the 3 HDR's, the -1ev.
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    Steph No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Not sure HDR works here. I find the grey areas without any details at the bottom left of the droplet disturbing. They look like burnt out highlights and I think they would look more natural in white.
     
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    Thanks for your input :)
    That area looks awful on all three of the single images, even the more under exposed one.
    It didn't have to be a HDR, but I thought it would be fun and I prefer the HDR :)
    It's not much different from the underexposed image :)
    Infact I'll post that for comparision :)
     

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