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Dec 14, 2009 15:20 |  #1

Just thought I would throw a couple of my hdr images out there.


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Dec 14, 2009 15:24 |  #2

Nice work, while your treatment is a tad strong for my taste but it works well with the composition on both images.




  
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Dec 14, 2009 15:29 |  #3

Thanks. And I do understand what you're saying. While I'm a photographer, I work as a graphic designer for a living. I think because I have the graphic design background I tend to push the tone mapping more to the artistic look.

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Dec 14, 2009 20:30 as a reply to  @ dugcross's post |  #4

waaaay too much.




  
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Dec 14, 2009 21:14 |  #5

are these actual merged hdr's? Might be me, but they have strong blue colours?


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I think they are fantastic especially the first one.


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Dec 14, 2009 22:13 |  #7

Yes they are. Both are 3 exposures each. Merged and tone mapped in Photomatix then adjusted in Lightroom then final adjustments done in Photoshop. The first one of the anvil I did adjust the light temperature more to the cooler side so it does have a cooler blue feel to it which I done purposely.

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Colors are a tad strong for me too but i really enjoyed them. If Blue from 1 was desaturated just a few points, and orange in the 2nd one


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the left one is great.

The one on the right, especially the reds are pushed too far.


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