Tree-Scape

Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by WexWeb, Mar 6, 2010.

  1. WexWeb

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    On the North Fork of Long Island, New York.

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    I would have shot a smidge less of the foreground to avoid snipping off the top of the tree... very cool shot though :)
     
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    The Halo is distracting, not too sure how I feel about this one, I would be curious to see the originals.
     
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    thanks again for the feedback. I agree Flawed regarding the top of the tree. This tree is huge! The pic doesn't do it justice, and the size of it and background was what inspired me to taking the pic. Tulsa, I will go back and check on the original... I was on the fence with going HDR, and while I like the results, I don't think it was necessary... just experimenting.
     
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    I would try again if I where you, I kinda like what you where trying to capture but you trimmed off the tree the colors aren't working it is underexposed. Go out and have fun try again for sure with this shot looks interesting. Good luck!
     

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