Spring Park...In summer.

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  1. OB-LL426

    OB-LL426 TPF Noob!

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    Here's three HDR's, but two of the same, kinda. One I used Detail Enchancer, one I used Tone Compressor. Your opinions?
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    That one I like because it has better colors and contrast.
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    That one, not as much. But the blue sky between the tree's is pretty.

    And this is all just practice, I'm pretty new at HDR.
     
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    rjackjames TPF Noob!

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    Th 3rd seems to hvaing a little ghosting....anyway great shots.
     
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    The first image is nicely done, though I might consider cropping just a bit of the LH side to eliminate that tall tree. As for the other two, I'm afraid that neither of them really work for me; both have some degree of the cartoon-like 'glow' that is present in so many HDRs. The first one is definitley nicer than th second overall. My feeling about HDR is that the most difficult aspect of it to master is when to use it and when to realize that a particular image just isn't going to work, no way, no how.
     

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