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I got the opportunity to visit this beautiful country and took full advantage. I have posted some of these on flickr but am waiting to unveil the rest.

Cheers and thanks for looking


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Post #1, Feb 13, 2009 08:07:40


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These are excellent. Very difficult to pic an favorite. I really love the opera house.
The sunset is mind blowing, amazing colors.
The fountain is awesome. Love the green color and the water flow.

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Supamsp, that is what HDR is supposed to look like. Excellent work! And you made our country's landmarks look incredible!

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Wow, the second picture is stunning! I would frame that!
Could you elaborate on the process you took to achieve this picture?

Post #4, Feb 13, 2009 19:44:51


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Great processing... looks awesome! The reflections in front of the opera house are cool...

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Those are fantastic. NO way to pick a favorite among them; all three would be hanging on my wall. Print-frame-hang, for sure.

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Thanks for the comments guys, appreciate it.

Eastside wrote in post #7320853external link
Wow, the second picture is stunning! I would frame that!
Could you elaborate on the process you took to achieve this picture?

I take 3-5 exposures usually and tonemap in dynamic photo hdr by mediachance. I've just never felt right with photomatix, I uesd it for a while but mediachance was a breath of fresh air.

I also do a little tweaking in lightoom.

Hdr is a delicate process you have to feel around until you get the finished product that you want. I think it took me a few months until I started seeing results that I liked. Definately an acquirred taste

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[QUOTE=24alpha;7320733​]Supamsp, that is what HDR is supposed to look like. Excellent work! And you made our country's landmarks look incredible![/quote]

No doubt about it - Absolutely amazing - Love the Opera house and the Fountain.

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The opera house is my favorite and is stunning - great crop, great perspective, great processing!

Post #9, Feb 15, 2009 21:51:19


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Like them all but the second one is really awesome. Great job!

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Really love the last one!
Great job

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[QUOTE=soren.martensen​;7330785][QUOTE=24alph​a;7320733]Supamsp, that is what HDR is supposed to look like. Excellent work! And you made our country's landmarks look incredible![/quote]

No doubt about it - Absolutely amazing - Love the Opera house and the Fountain.

Your country is beautiful, I can't wait to be back....after a 24 hour flight :)

thanks for all the nice comments......I'm still uploading more pics from my australia trip on flickr. Check it out

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WOW!

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they are fantastic. i like the foutain ones..
really these is how HDR needs to be..
i wonder how eles could every one in the world know these..
or maybe just a really good feel to HDR.

cheers..

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Yeah, those 20+ hour flights and stop overs suck!

Beautiful shots of the Opera house. Did you spend a night in the Opera bar?

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