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  1. Mohain

    Mohain TPF Noob!

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    I keep going back to this place to shoot it and I'm still not totally happy with the results but I am getting closer to what I'm after I think. Here are my latest two efforts from the area.

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    Comments, critique welcome.

    Cheers,

    Mohain
     
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    Those are some fantastic HDR's! They have amazing depth to them.
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    yea excellent as usual mo... i love the detail you get with the processing... but without making it look too much like an illustration, both are great :thumbup:
     
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    (*gasp*) Beautiful shots, Mo!!!!! The colour of the fields is fantastic! And of course the backlit clouds. Of the two, I think I prefer the second one because the gently rolling fields just really fascinate me...I love the long shadows cast by the small trees in the bottom right corner, the 'lines' through the fields, and the road and bigger trees in the foreground. Really really really love that shot!!
     
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    Beautiful again. Congratulations. You seem to live in a beautiful place.
     
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    oh oh #2 wow!!! I may have to get into this HDR thingy..
     
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    Wow wow wow! They're both gorgeous!!
     
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    GREAT shots! The colors, the scenery, the detail.. AWESOME!

    What program are you using for your HDR's? There's virtually no noise in any of yours!
     
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    these are so rediculous!!! ( in a good way )
     
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    Nice shots indeed. I know what you mean about going back to a location to get the shot you're after. At least you live close to the beacon so you can get there often.
    I like #2 most. It is the more beautiful...but I really like the foreground texture in #1.
     
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    Both are amazing What I want to know is how can you get that kind of shot without blowing the sky out due to the high sun?I have been trying this kind of shot for a while.
     
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    And like everyone else, Im stunned. You and Woodsac make me want to try HDR. Great shots!
     

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