My First HDR - C&C Please

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  1. TM22

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    Hey, this is my very first try at an HDR photo. I actually don't know how to edit the RAW files yet with my 1000D/XS so I took 3 different photos with different Av. Anyway, if anybody could help me out for future tries at HDR, that would be greatly appreciated.


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    first of all, loving the viewpoint, how did you set your tripod to that haha? The HDR looks good apart from the sky being blownout
     
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    good composition except for the tree's and sky. Black smudges around the pine needles, not good. What progy are you using for your hdr ?
     
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    HDR is interesting from a technical standpoint - but in all honesty it does nothing for me. with everything in the image screaming for attention my eyes dont know where to go or how to react. I find it odd that people say its closer to the dynamic range of the human eye, Ive never seen anything that looks like any HDR image Ive seen :S

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    Well that's because most people don't use hdr for anything realistic. Hdr is really good at controlling exposure if shot correctly.
     
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    I actually don't even have a tripod, heh. I was sitting on a step while resting my camera on my knee and the piece of cement. I took 3 different photos while switching the exposure in between manually..
     

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