My HDR Images...please critique

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  1. joecap

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    I like the last one best...a beautiful path!


     
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    I think the first one would be great a little toned down.
     
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    I think they're all overprocessed, to be honest. The best HDRs are the shots that don't appear to be HDR.

    Here's an example of an HDR I did at a wedding recently, one shot for the scene, one for outside the windows. Note that I kept the exposure outside the window somewhat bright intentionally to make it less obvious this was an HDR.

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    Seriously, that is the way you would perceive the scene at the time. If you focused your gaze on the table, you'd perceive the lawn and tree as too light. This is the real value of HDR, I think.
     

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