New York City HDR photos

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  1. chakalakasp

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    Some real nice shots there. NYC is the best place to shot so many things to capture and an amazing skyline. I went at christmas 2 years ago and the flag on wall street on your last picture was made of lights instead of the flag, Really good. Cant find the pics though. Dam it!!!!

    Great Pictures.
     
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    Very impressive shots. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    How did you creatte those photos, did you use PS CS2s HDR merge function? if not how did you do it?
     
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    wow :) stunning shots!
     
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    Very nice shots. I like #2.
     
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    dude,

    until I saw these I didnt think HDR could look this nice.....

    very freaking cool !!!
     
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    Simply put...wow.
     
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    Yeah, I used the CS2 merge to HDR function, local adaptation, and tweaked the heck out of the curves. For the last two, I ended up pasting in the sky over top of the HDR shot from one of the photos used to make up the HDR -- the clouds moved too much during the shoot and HDR rendered them really weird. :)
     
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    i love 4 and 5. nice and unusual. the others a rather conventional/generic.
     
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    I like number 2- moon looks great.
     
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    the last two look great :D good job!
     

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