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 Post subject: The Grave Yard HDR
PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:43 pm 
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I was on my way back from my sister and saw this grave yard behind an old church and the way the clouds were i just had to do and hdr I think it turned out not bad what do you think
Alittle noise in the clouds

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I'm not sure what you've done but it dont look very HDR to me :!:

everything seems to have a halo round it and out of focus :?:

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that's the best complement i could get thanks. but trust me it is hdr nine photos one stop apart.


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I like it, nice work.


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Good capture & processing.
Outlining is not too prominent for me.

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thanks i worked on it for about an hour, a few atifacts but it is all a learning prosses here is another couple from the same shoot a little halo but i think it is forgivable

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Hint: You could leave out the extra enclosing url-tags in your posts.
I like the second b&w better than the color version, but: The sharpness/clarity on the tomb-stones contrast unfavorably (at least in my eye) with the graininess of the sky and the structure of the grass. I'd prefer more grain on the tomb-stones too.
Btw.: I like the glow that you produced in the first post (of the stones against the sky).

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i could not agree more thats why i only posted them as a second thought thats the problem with hdr sometimes it seems like a crap shoot


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The first photo is very atmospheric. Very nice...or eerie...or creepy or other-worldly

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the first one is the best IMVHO. i don't like the noise though - i guess that's one of the things that usually come with HDRs


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