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  1. elementguy13

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    really like the guitar....not a fan of the light on the crotch on the guy...but i get what u were trying to do....also more than likely no one will click ur link and critique the other photos....i however checked them out...and really like the 40watt bulb....would be nice to post how u did that and what setting etc....
     
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    first is good second is just way to harsh on the lighting. On your flickr acound i like the 40 watt buld one to, what kind of editing did you do on the picture of the hose?
     
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    I like 1 a lot. How did you do interesting light in your flickr?
     
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    i like how the blue on the guitar stands out from the black and they way that you used division of the picture.
     
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    Thanks for the replies guys! Backyard snake I went HDR on, it was my first hdr photo so it was just an experiment. I know its a bit extreme. And Interesting Light I took a long exposure shot, maybe 4 seconds, of my computer monitors stand by button and got the orange light. Than I took a photo of me pointing and than did the rest in photoshop. Added a bit of glare in my eye so it looked more like one whole image and not two edited together.
     
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    I assume the Diner one is also HDR. How many photos did you merge to create the final image?
     
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    yeah that one is too. Also the Z06. They all have 3 photos merged together.
     
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    Nice. What camera are you using? Are you using the AEB on it?

    Also, are you merging with photoshop?
     
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    I have a nikon d60.

    and actually no, I did not know about AEB at the time. I was on manual and in between shots it would take me maybe a second to change the exposure. My dad was pretty good about staying in the same position for that time. haha

    and for the merging I used photomatix pro 3.0 90 day trial (as I do not do HDR often)
     

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