Testing HDR

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    Just testing my HDR
    Photomatix Pro Mac Ver
    Nik Soft Color Efex
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    Other then the grass looking aqua blue I like it.
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    Yes.. the blue grass is not attractive... and that is more Tone Mapping that HDR.
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    Not seeing any HDR in here, really. There doesn't seem to have been much of a tonal range that needed compressing.

    The road is a potentially interesting element. The composition isn't bad, but ultimately there just doesn't seem to be anything interesting to look at. If the image is interesting in some way, it's subtle, and completely overwhelmed by the surrealist processing. All I see is processing, and then if I struggle, I can see 'hey, interesting row of cobblestones in the road there, and a nice curve'
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    Thank guys for your feedback. i am trying how to make more creamy HDR..

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