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Mayan ruins in Dzibilchaltun

 
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Mar 19, 2012 13:11 |  #1

We visited the Mayan ruins in Dzibilchaltun, Yucatan last week. The clear skies and sharp shadows presented an opportunity for some HDR images. C&C welcomed.

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Mar 19, 2012 23:33 |  #2

they look a bit flat, but than I'm not on my good monitor at the moment


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Mar 20, 2012 10:26 |  #3

why shoot hdr in during mid sun?


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Mar 20, 2012 19:32 |  #4

ThreeD23 wrote in post #14119139 (external link)
why shoot hdr in during mid sun?

b/c sometimes that is when HDR works the best.


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Mar 20, 2012 23:22 |  #5

The first one just needs some curves adjustment for contrast and pop. Could be okay.

The second one is overcooked......especi​ally the dirty sky and the halos. Try and process that one again.


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