The Highway

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  1. Hop2It

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    C+C Welcome
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    doensn't really do anything for me..it says the highway but that doesn't seem to be what the main focus is on
     
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    Most call that irony...:wink:
     
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    than irony it is! haha
     
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    What is the main focus?
     
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    I agree no real subject here, remember HDR is not the point of the photo. I dont really like HDR but if you using it use it to enhance an already great photo, dont take a sub-par shot and try to make it look cool by using HDR.
     
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    To clarify...the subject is supposed to be of the menacingly orange/red hole in the clouds, which of course are not well displayed over the web.

    Apparently I made a mistake in calling it what it is...but nonetheless.

    I agree that making a photo hdr simply because, makes for a poor photo...however using it to enhance a scene with "hightlights" ie the sunset and "shadows" ie the foreground is its purpose, which I might have failed at.

    On to bigger and better things...:)
     
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    I wouldn't say its a failure at all, the HDR does look decent but I just find photos with a clear interesting subject benefit more from HDR. Personaly I try to avoid having the sky as my subject it so hard to convey the feeling you got looking at the sky through a photo, but thats just me
     

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