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Couple of pseudo (I shot RAW) HDR's

IMAGE: http://www.flowingriverphotos.com/gallery/albums/userpics/Tulmeadow_Farm_1.jpg

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Post #1, Sep 26, 2008 07:23:17


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beautiful clouds in both of them..
like both the images...

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Thanks Avi. one thing HDR is really good at, is bring out the clouds.

Post #3, Sep 26, 2008 09:13:41 as a reply to Avi's post 1 hour earlier.


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Very nice. I think I like the first better. Maybe for the colors.

Post #4, Sep 26, 2008 09:39:41


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These are great ..love your compositions and the pp you used on them is delightful

Post #5, Sep 26, 2008 09:41:01


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Like #1. Good job

Post #6, Sep 26, 2008 11:18:43


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Thanks all for the comments, #1 is my favorite also, matter of fact I used it as wall paper on my computer.:D I like 2 for it's overall farm feel, but for some reason it just doesn't have the POP I was looking for, I may just go back to the original and do a little different processing on it.

Post #7, Sep 26, 2008 13:29:15 as a reply to Oneslowz28's post 2 hours earlier.


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If you have the option, maybe crop out some of the green, bring the old building in closer to the front?

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canonloader wrote in post #6386158external link
If you have the option, maybe crop out some of the green, bring the old building in closer to the front?

Good Idea, every time Look at it, I think it just looks to monotone and there is just to much green.

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I have thought for quite some time that greens don't take to HDR well, and as soon as I say it out loud, someone comes along and does it. Maybe I mean green grass, cause green metal looks great, but green grass and weeds just seem to lack something. :)

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canonloader wrote in post #6386337external link
I have thought for quite some time that greens don't take to HDR well, and as soon as I say it out loud, someone comes along and does it. Maybe I mean green grass, cause green metal looks great, but green grass and weeds just seem to lack something. :)

I think you're right on that. Maybe because grass has to many varitions of greens everything from a yellow green to a dark green.

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That may be it, the constant changing of tonal values. You can see it where dark meets light, like a tree against the sky, it causes a halo. And shadows cause mottled light and dark areas in the wrong places. So maybe grass just does it on a smaller scale and just doesn't come out looking right.

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sandy, i love the second one...

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I think #1 is the best. And the clouds are so amazing. I never see these good clouds here :(

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Very nice shots
HDR worked well on these

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