I'm tired of tone-mapped looking images/HDR.
Joined Apr 2009
Location: E-town, Canada
I also like #1.
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Levinade RuijterLevina de Ruijter
Cream of the Crop
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Joined Sep 2008
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, EU
Without a doubt: #1 (it's slightly tilted though, so make sure to straighten it!)
I'm a bloody goody two-shoes!
No' 1 without a shadow of doubt!
ChristopherSteven bChristopher Steven b
Joined Dec 2008
Location: Ottawa, Canada
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Location: Fort Worth Texas
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Location: Bath, UK
Joined Aug 2011
Location: Los Angeles
# 1 for me, but I would pick # 2 if its natural looking (non -HDR)
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Joined Dec 2008
Oct 24, 2012 15:01 as a reply to @ sil40sx's post |
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#1 for me. It is the most challenging subject IMO & you've shown great skill in capturing it.
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Joined Apr 2010
Location: Atlanta, GA
I don't know how fond judges are of HDR, and as much as I do like #3, it looks like HDR to me. The one I like the best it #1. It is in good focus, nas good contrast and is just interesting to me. I like #2 too, but if I were judging I would select #1. Landscapes, even good ones like this, are a dime-a-dozen. What you have captured in #1 is more uniquely interesting. Nice job on all three, but #1 gets my vote.
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Location: new york
Number 1 for me because it had my eyes looking at all of it.
Joined Apr 2012
Location: Orange County, CA.
While I like all three, #2 would appeal to a wider audience. So I chose #2. Good luck -rick