Palos Verdes Coast.

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  1. xUnknownSoul

    xUnknownSoul TPF Noob!

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    Well this is basically my first attempt at HDR :)
    - I'm a student photographer

    Tell me whatcha think.
     
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    Well as your Numero #1 reply This is really a great photograph I love this one as a matter of fact I saved a copy of it so when my background wallpaper changes every 5 minutes I have a gallery of wallpapers I keep adding good pictures to. It's simply mesmorizing. Awesome :thumbup:
     
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    cool blue tones contrasted by the hot sunset....I like it
     
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    It's too bad the clouds are murky gray
     
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    mezmorizing is the perfect word for it That shot is WAY cool, great job
     
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    Bynx No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Great shot, but I hope its my lousy res from my computer which is causing the harsh contrast we see that should have been eliminated with the HDR effect. The foreground rocks are too dark and the area of sky around the sun is blown out. Overall I can see the HDR effect but its still lacking details in highlight and shadow areas.
     

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