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Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by Mendoza, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. Mendoza

    Mendoza TPF Noob!

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    (Mostly a test of my new camera. :) )

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    I like your HDR technique - good colors, good balance of light smoothing, realistic with a subtle HDR effect - but I don't love the subject of the shot. I wish I could see the whole tree in front of the rock. But that's just personal preference - I prefer extreme angles of nature, either very close or very wide. But the HDR effect I think is very good.
     
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    Thanks for commenting. Yea, natural subject matter this chaotic is difficult to get "an angle" on. The tree growing from the rocks was about 25 feet tall and there was a shorter one next to it. Here's the area I was working with:
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    And another angle/HDR on the same subject~
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