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 Post subject: Messing with HDR
PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2008 11:56 pm 
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So i finally figured out HDR, these are my first attempts, comments welcome, i know there not all that great, but then again they are my first tries. :P

My dads car:
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Messing with composition, some ghosting on the right side, and overexposure in that one spot in the center. oh well :?
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Sunset, can't quite get myself to like it:
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I like the colors :D
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Nice first attempts. The sunset is actually my favorite of the bunch, it came out really well.

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In order from best to worst... sunset, first car, sunflowers, last car. I like them all though! The sunset came out really nice. I like the way the first photo's trees in the background stand out some. This gives a nice effect!


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uh, seems like I have to learn more about HDR, I like 'em, especially the sunset!

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