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Ok, finally got the nerve to throw something up here for some C&C: :)

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IMAGE: http://i396.photobucket.com/albums/pp49/dougle/POTN/testHDR/turkeyvultureORIG.jpg
[IMAGE'S LINK: http://photography-on-the.net ...vultureORIG.jpg%5B/​IMG%5D]

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IMAGE: http://i396.photobucket.com/albums/pp49/dougle/POTN/testHDR/turkeyvulturePMPS3.jpg
[IMAGE'S LINK: http://photography-on-the.net ...ulturePMPS3.jpg%5B/​IMG%5D]

both were cropped out of the original size and downsized for the web. I think I'm going with the original look IMO and I must say I have got a lot more slider work to experiment with ! hahaha

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Definitely stick with the original. HDR is really designed for situations where you want to get the most depth out of your images: more detail from the shadows, no blown highlights, etc. It really isn't intended for shots where the dynamic range is relatively mild (as it is here).

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thanks for that JGR, I agree but had to give it go anyhow so I could really dive in to "PM" and see what it's all about!

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It's experiments like this how we learn. You did succeed in bringing out detail in the wings. I have more eagle pics with no detail to the underwing area and unusable because of it. HDR might help bring them back. I do think you got too much blue cast though.

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thanks Mitch,

I do think you got too much blue cast though.

Yep, and I really got tired of mess'n around with this one and just went for it! hahaha

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