Three of my personal HDR Favorites

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  1. rugger123

    rugger123 TPF Noob!

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    I'm not a pro at this, but I do like to out and take some photos to help relive stress from school. I have found that burning a few hours in photoshop or out on the street taking pictures works wonders for my mind and stress levels :lol:

    1. One of the originals
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    2. After Photomatix
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    3. Then after some lightroom
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    Let me know what you all think. I'm always looking for criticism since really that's the only way I am going to become a better photographer. Thanks for looking!

    EDIT: The title is miss leading... I meant to say three pictures which lead to my favorite HDR... I guess that's what I get after pulling an all nighter for my two tests today...
     
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    The Flare from the lights rally take away from the shot.
     
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    I like the lighting flare. I think the blue is too blue and red too red though but just my opinion. Viveza by Nik software have a really usefull tool for highlighting selective areas and altering - very easy although there is a longhand way of going around it in masks/layers/etc. Good work.
     
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    that's for the tip. i was actually wondering how to kill the light streaking
     
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    Is there HDR software as good without the watermark?
     
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    The free trial of Photomatix embeds the watermark. Once you buy it the watermark is removed.
     

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