Wagon & Window (HDR)

Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by Rmac, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. Rmac

    Rmac TPF Noob!

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    I'm new to the hdr thing, so I'm looking for all the feedback I can get. This is not my first hdr, but awful close. Thought maybe some of you who know more than I could give a little C&C.

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    It looks like you standard HDR nothing that really separates it from others. Getting that out the way it does look way better than any HDR I've tried and as a photograph it is aesthetically appealing and has all the aspects of a good photo but it does not have any features in my opinion that shouts "LOOK AT ME"
    Sorry if I was a tad mean
     
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    nice shot. not too overdone on the HDR. good composition
     
  4. Rmac

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    Thanks all for the comments. Not mean at all, it's what I was looking for. I really didn't take this shot with any one thing in mind as a subject, more as a test shot for the hdr. It seemed to be a perfect canidate.

    Thanks again,
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    I dont think you should take a hdr just for the sake of taking a HDR, i think you should use the HDR method when the situation calls for it, in other words i get the feeling that tkaat is implying that the subject is the HDR as opposed to simply being a tool if you know what i mean. That being said it is up to you of course. It does look like a pretty good photo, is that lens flair on the top section of the photo though? I also feel as if the window is to centered but that could just be me.
    Otherwise nice exposure well done on the hdr, not overdone looks perfect.
     

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