SS in HDR

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  1. ivomitcats

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    I managed to keep most of the halos down. The gray area to the upper right looks like one, but it's actually a very angry Missouri cloud.
     
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    Why is the hood cut off? And the sides as well. There is more to a photo than HDR. There is also composition.
     
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    I was stuck between the front of the SS and the car behind me, I couldn't get any further back on my 35mm lens. They had the cars in the WORST possible positions for photos.
     
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    Thats a bummer and I can sympathize. Some consideration should be given to the photographer.
     
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    Who doesn't like a SS? Does it seem to have a bit of a yellow tint? I might run it though a cooling filter to get the chrome a tad bit more natural.
     
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    The composition is unfortunate but sick car and the detailing in the paint looks really good. One thing confuses me though. The light under the car to the right of the left tire doesnt seem right or to match the lighting to the left of the tire. Was there some cloning done on the tarmac or something?
     
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    I've never noticed that before.
    Nope, I didn't clone anything. Just HDR editing. I have no idea what caused the weird light.
     

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