OMG Garbz did a HDR.

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  1. Garbz

    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    You've changed, man, I can't take you seriously any more!

    Good job, though. You didn't over-do the HDR, which is my major peeve about the technique.
     
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    Like it, great colours.
     
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    I agree with nynfortoo...you didn't overdo it, so it looks good. I especially like the first shot
     
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    Indeed, what my fellow Canuckian said. I really like the effect of the graffiti on the first image. Good job! What process did you use?
     
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    Garbz No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    The bottom two are subtly processed only in photomatix. The top two went through photomatix and then into photoshop, again the photomatix processing was subtle and most importantly I made sure some highlights were still clipped. Then created a few layers of the same image, blurred and changed the blending to softlight and overlay to get get the glowing effect.

    This is not something I normally go for but I was very happy with this image for some reason. I am the first to complain about over processed HDR trying to look "real". If you're gonna overprocess do it like woodsac did and make it good :D
     

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