Some of my first HDR

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  1. SilentShutter

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    C&C welcome, as I'm not 100% with HDR photos and their settings.

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    A lot of them have way too much edge glow, reduce that and they're golden. The second one's great.
     
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    Thanks, yeah Sometimes it's hard to get rid of that, for me at least. The funny thing is, all but the last 2 were "made" out of one original picture. (That's how a friend told me).
    I finally read more about it and the last 2 were made out of 4 pictures (-1.5,-.5,.5,1.5 i believe)
     
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    i like the second and the BW one
     
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    Well, for one thing I don't see much here that you couldn't have captured with a standard single exposure... maybe the under-the-hood shots assuming you also wanted to get the outside of the car, but honestly I'd just use a flash in this case. The b/w one actually seems kinda cool, but I don't see any real dynamic range improvement here. It's dark.

    On the actual HDR work I'd say you need a lot of practice... the pictures generally look pretty whacked out... which is even fine in theory if that's what you're going for, but they look "inexperienced" whacked out, vs. "I have this really neat idea and this is exactly what I'm striving for!" whacked out. :)

    For another, most of the compositions have pretty significant issues... a not so good picture with an HDR treatment is still not so good, only with more dynamic range (and in this case, some pretty bizarre effects)
     
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    3rd, 4th and last, rest are not my type
     
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    love #2 & #5
     

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