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Hey guys, here's two shots i thought you might like :)

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I know not everyone likes HDR, but I love the mood it creates :)

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Nice shots Tom. I was at a meeting in their yesterday and it didn't look like this :)

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thanks :) yea, thats what i love about HDR makes things look a lot better than they do IRL :D I think i may have posted this in the wrong forum as well :(

Could a mod please move it if i have?

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It's urban innit? I likee. Not sure how long I'd likee if I had to look at too many but you've got a great composition in both examples. Good efforts.

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Great shots. I love HDR. Just have to find the time to experiment with it.

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Whats HDR?

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I'm really enjoying all these hdr shots. The second one is particularly impressive.

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HDR is "high dynamic range", a term coined for combining multiple exposures to get all parts of the image exposed :)

Thanks for the comments guys, might get it blown up for my wall, but not sure if I want reminding that I live in Manchester :D


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rg-tom wrote:
HDR is "high dynamic range", a term coined for combining multiple exposures to get all parts of the image exposed :)

Thanks for the comments guys, might get it blown up for my wall, but not sure if I want reminding that I live in Manchester :D

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There are worse place to live - ever been to Coventry! :)

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Very surreal effect. I love it.

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Very cool shots, love the skies! Did the sky look anything like it does in #2?

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adam* wrote:
Very cool shots, love the skies! Did the sky look anything like it
does in #2?

unfortunately not, was just a typical sunny day with blue sky and white fluffy clouds :) HDR just makes it look extremely moody.

Tom.

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nice shot - what lens did you use for this? i'm just in leeds so i'm not too far away

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Long time no see Tom. You've made the town hall interesting, somebody had to do it.

Post #14, Apr 18, 2006 14:48:26


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Could you explain this HDR thing or hook me up with a link? I love the shots.

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