Discussion in 'HDR Discussions' started by Bynx, Jun 6, 2010.
Another church and first HDR with new Mac.
A perfect example of high dynamic range! Not like a circus. All the detail is there and not overblown. Nice how it all leads you to the grand pipe organ. Great job Bynx! (something on the table would have been nice though.)
great shot! im liking how the hdr is rather un-noticeable.
I was hoping for a vestal virgin, but there arent any in Oshawa.
spot on. that was my laugh of the day.
(been through the 'shwa and couldn't agree more)
Bynx "The worlds most interesting man" LOL
Bynx nicely done excellent HDR
Gorgeous. The lighting seems so natural to me, and I love the symmetry of the shot.
Thanks for your kind words. I highly recommend those interested in HDR to try it out on a church interior or similar place with various lighting sources.
Six shots for the window. Would you agree its needed or not?
Yet another part of the church, this time behind the the altar.
The window shot seems not to have a whole lot of range. Its the window silhouetted against the wall. Now the one behind the alter is another situation. The wood grain is the hero in this story....I love the texture. Nothing glaring all nice and neat as a pin. Lots of range, good job.
Oh and how you liking your new mac bynx?
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