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  1. The Barbarian

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    Well done. Since these are in the HDR forum I assume that they are processed as HDR images. If so they have the hallmark of a GOOD HDR rendering in that I can't tell for certain. That's what HDR is for and it's how it should be used.

    I really like the last one with the backlit US flag.
     
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    Amen to that. And yes, HDR processed only to make them look more the way I experienced them. Thanks for your comments; I get tired of hearing "but I can't even tell that it's an HDR!"
     

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