Rock Flag, First try HDR

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  1. logan9967

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    anyone got any tips for HDR photos? This is my first try. A little different than what I was looking for, but I never knew there were so many settings for HDR's on Photomatix
     
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    I can't help you with any HDR, but I always find it amusing when I can figure out where shots were taken...is outside of Palmerton on the Appalachian Trail? Great shot by the way.
     
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    hahahah no way, where are you at?
    my dad grew up in thorpe so it's pretty much my backyard up there :D
     
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    To be honest, it doesn't LOOK like an HDR... what EVs were you using?
     
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    IMO those pictures are really cool edits using HDR, but its not really HDR.
    Think about it

    High
    Dynamic
    Range

    Extreme tone mapping can create that surreal look, but in reality, this is the perfect HDR image. No blown out highlights, no black shadows.
    *edit* Take that part back, but its still a good image :)
     

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