I have a few of the same building. They look similar. nice work though
I like the subject matter but your processing needs some work. The sky is just wrong and the haloing is too much too. But its your second one...
I could not pass up a shootout. I have been away for a while. kind of rusty on my HDR. have not had a lot of time to work on my own but here is...
just looks like an instagram photo to me. not HDR
hang that **** on your wall.
I would have taken more exposures to highlight the inside of the barn as well as brighten the whole picture up. that is just what I would do .
I have done it a couple times with some of my photography but I never liked a single one of them. I try to keep my tonemapping to a minimum...
It seems to me that there is not really a need for HDR in most of them. The ones that were taken indoors maybe but that is just my opinion.
take the sky from the first and put it on the second and it would look sweet
I would say whatever works the best for your setup. You could try both methods and then post the results. I have always wondered the same thing...
Why even bother posting in this thread then?
my eyes hurt
you need to photoshop some fairies and unicorns in there. Looks way to surreal.
I took the liberty and tonemapped it for you.
haha I like yours better. I just did this to stir the pot.
Thanks for your comments. I like the dog as well.
The first one I took at dusk and there was not a lot of light. I also shot that one freehand,...
I was trying to capture the scene as a whole. I must have missed those little details.
Here is my take on it.
Photomatix, Photoshop, Topaz Adjust, Topaz Denoise, Minor touchups
Just looking for some critique on these that I did over the weekend. Any comments are welcome. Thanks for looking
I am looking for some feedback and some critiques. Mostly on composition since I feel that I lack in that area.
These were taken using a Nikon...
I really like the second one. But I would like to see it brighter on the walls but leave the sky alone. The first one I would try to bring out...
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