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  1. Village Idiot

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    Yep, now it is in the great camera bag in the sky :cry:.

    Great photo however, is that HDR? I really like how the track leads you into the picture, but the pole on the right is distracting.
     
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    Technically, no. I used the same photo with two different exposures but instead of blending them like in an HDR I cut the sky out of one and pasted it into the other.
     
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    Nice effect.
     
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    very nice
     
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    Sorry to say this guys, but Village Idiot just died, you can read about it and see the photos in my thread.
     
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    Nice composition- this really works. The exposure blend isn't excessive either. Nicely done on that front as well.

    What lens are you using to get down to 15mm?
     
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    what's HDR stand for?
     
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    High Dynamic Range, where a series of exposures (one overexposed, one correctly exposed, one underexposed) are layered in PP so more detail is visible.

    I like it alot, very nice wide angle effect.
     
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    NIce!! I like this shot a lot!

    I would suggest cloning out the hydro pole on the left top of the picture.

    Cheers
     
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    Thats what I said.
     
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    Er....The Canon 15mm Fish Eye?
     

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