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Andy ­ R
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Sep 27, 2011 23:52 |  #1

a mild HDR from at top the arch in St Louis MO

IMAGE: http://i1197.photobucket.com/albums/aa422/RamertPhotography/Untitled_HDR2-3.jpg

and a BW from below

IMAGE: http://i1197.photobucket.com/albums/aa422/RamertPhotography/IMG_8915BW.jpg

let me know what you think

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Sep 28, 2011 02:49 |  #2

Andy R wrote in post #13174495 (external link)
a mild HDR from at top the arch in St Louis MO

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and a BW from below

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let me know what you think


Now, THAT is a good looking HDR.

Is the socond one HDR too? Seems like difficult lighting to get a proper exposure without doing HDR. And looking closely at the right side of the arch, I see a little halo-type outline like in many HDRs. The black and white is an HDR too, right?

Anyway, this is a good example of HDR well done. If it hadn't been mentioned, my first thought wouldn't have been "man, this must have been HDR". These pictures look NATURAL.

Also, never mind the HDR. They're just really cool images.




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Sep 28, 2011 06:58 as a reply to Clean Gene's post |  #3

Agree with Gene. first one didnt scream HDR... Love the shot. It pops. like the comp. and the colors of the sun setting is awesome
Being from STL originally you dont really realize the things you miss till your gone...
the sexond is a nice perspective love the dramatic sky.


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Sep 30, 2011 00:40 |  #4

Thank you two! Nope the second one is just a regular shot, had some PP, but i think the haloing around the edge is the sun reflecting around it, not really sure...but thanks again!

And SRA, i know what your talking about after moving lol


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