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Feb 20, 2009 08:28 |  #31

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Ha ha ha..Awesome for you... I agree with everything you said and did.. screw em all if they dont understand... everyone is so quick to jump on the band wagon of "Photographic know-it-allity" that they cant even just look at a good photo anymore without trying to rip it apart for the smallest thing..and "whoa, did he say he used HDR? Why the nerve of this guy... using a perfectly acceptable style of Photography to achieve the end result he was going for"... "I know he said he didnt have any good or enough lighting to make this shot in the area he was in with the conditions he had to work with but I dont see why he didnt just use more lighting and expose it properly" seriously... why are SOOOOO many members here such know it all when it comes to Photography? I mean... a great photo is a great photo, wether its done in the camera, dark room or PC... if its a great shot, its a great shot... get over yourselves already, Please.. or go log onto Photo.net with the other photograpy gods!!

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LOL...I think that pretty much tells it like it is .....:D


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Feb 20, 2009 12:20 |  #32

ducatiwv wrote in post #7366617 (external link)
LOL...I think that pretty much tells it like it is .....:D

Pretty much sounds like a load of useless, jumbled rambling to me...

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Feb 20, 2009 13:59 |  #33

AlphaChicken wrote in post #7368019 (external link)
Pretty much sounds like a load of useless, jumbled rambling to me...

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I have to agree with that.

shouldn't bother to answer since the author was nice enough to "unsuscribe" from his thread to try an ignore us, but anyways..

I read the whole explanation, and I still think the original looks better, only that it is under exposed and COULD be exposed properly without the issues mentioned. But hey, if the author want to believe in his excuses to not take the photo properly without the HDRI gimmick (in this case), and he likes the result, good for him.


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Feb 22, 2009 21:35 as a reply to  @ joruiz's post |  #34

Isn't POTN supposed to be about the love? ;)


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