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Jan 31, 2010 21:50 |  #1

Over the past two months or so, I've been working on improving my skills in creating hdr images. For comparison, the first image below of my home bar is one of the first hdr images I attempted. The second one I did today.

Hopefully, you'll see some improvement in my workflow from the first image to the second.

Err...yes, I should have removed the remotes off the bar on the second shot. Any other comments or critiques welcome.


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Jan 31, 2010 21:56 |  #2

I like the 2nd better, but are you sure this is the best HDR candidate?


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Jan 31, 2010 22:06 as a reply to  @ lundgrenj's post |  #3

It's the best I can do at my present skill level technique wise. Composition is another matter and I know that could be improved on the second shot.

What do you think needs improvement in the second image?


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Jan 31, 2010 22:12 |  #4

The 2nd image is pretty busy.


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Feb 01, 2010 02:00 |  #5

Actually, I like the 2nd image. The blue top part isn't too harsh and sort of blend better. Plus, it feels surreal... that's what a heavy HDR treatment will produce, isn't it?


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