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Oct 03, 2008 02:05 |  #16

Lazuka wrote in post #6425912 (external link)
I wish i could be in locations like those ;(

Me too, at least you live in beautiful country and yu can see something around, my country have only 10% of the total area good enough, the rest 90% either desert and all fake buildings, at least i am lucky i live next to the beach which is not much as well.

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That is one awesome photo and the HDR effect is the iceing on the cake!

Thank you, just i decided to play with HDR and this shot coming to the mind.


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Oct 03, 2008 09:36 |  #17

Love it ! I only wish I could get as good.


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Oct 03, 2008 09:43 |  #18

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Love it ! I only wish I could get as good.

Thank you very much

Don't wish, i was one of the worst here and i don't have something good and i always got amazed of the shots in this forum, but i didn't give up and try hard to learn, if you are in UK then go around and then you will have KICK ...S HDR.


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Oct 03, 2008 12:12 |  #19

love it, its a great phot too, subject / composition and such!


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Oct 04, 2008 00:47 |  #20

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love it, its a great phot too, subject / composition and such!

Thank you very much :)


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Jun 11, 2010 14:08 |  #21

This rocks! Great job! this is one for the wall.


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Jun 11, 2010 23:36 |  #22

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This rocks! Great job! this is one for the wall.

WOW, it has been almost 2 years since this thread is dead.
Thank you very much anyway!!!


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Jun 12, 2010 21:05 |  #23

Hey. I'm new and looking over the old stuff. May be old, but it still looks awesome.


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Jun 13, 2010 02:34 |  #24

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Hey. I'm new and looking over the old stuff. May be old, but it still looks awesome.

Cool, Welcome to the forum!
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Jun 13, 2010 07:32 |  #25

Composition is great and i like the foreground and detail a lot. Though i think the image can be improved if you blend in some of the original sky to make it more balanced. The sky have to much HDR look to for my taste.



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Jun 13, 2010 11:48 |  #26

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Composition is great and i like the foreground and detail a lot. Though i think the image can be improved if you blend in some of the original sky to make it more balanced. The sky have to much HDR look to for my taste.

Thank you very much for your comments!
In fact i think i can try to do better HDR than this, it was a quick HDR, and also i remember the original shot was not good in exposure as well, but i may try to do what you said and see.


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Jun 14, 2010 01:37 as a reply to  @ post 6426780 |  #27

Great place for a photo, just a little too over done for me but I do love the shot!




  
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Jun 14, 2010 03:22 |  #28

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Great place for a photo, just a little too over done for me but I do love the shot!

Cool, thank you very much!


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Jun 20, 2010 00:02 |  #29

The thing about doing these types of images whether blending multiple images or simply pushing one image to it's limits it gives the opportunity to save what might be a bad shot. Might not be perfect when done but it's better than the crappy original.


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Jun 21, 2010 17:10 |  #30

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The thing about doing these types of images whether blending multiple images or simply pushing one image to it's limits it gives the opportunity to save what might be a bad shot. Might not be perfect when done but it's better than the crappy original.

In fact the original one is not good, even i was not thinking to do HDR to it, but i said why not make a try, i did it as you say, HDR is not perfect due to not good original one but it is still better than the original shot.


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