My First HDR

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    Looks interesting but IME you really need to bracket your exposures to truly experience the full dynamic range and resultant tone mapping possibilities. Go for it!

    -Shea
     
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    I didn't want to create because I start new threads a lot. Here's my second attempt.

    1- here is my first try with the 3 pics.
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    2- here is the 2nd. i like this better overall. only beef is the composition. i dont really like the top right(tree/leaves)
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    Here you'll find the 5 pics, the first three is the original(used bracketing).
     
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    Whoa. This is not "over the top", it looks like "double, over the top". Don't get me wrong. It is pretty neat looking. It is just a little too wild for my tastes. Keep on working on it.
     
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    Looks like scene in game
     

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