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 Post subject: My first HDR
PostPosted: Sun Oct 03, 2010 8:28 am 
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Church - in the city of Kursk in the late Gothic style in September 1891!
This is a very beautiful building! I am interested in your opinion?

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I think the best HDRs aren't obviously HDRs.

It's all about taste though, but it looks like you've pushed all the tonemapping sliders to the max - and that's not to my taste.

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Another option! :)

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The second one is more natural.

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Hey,

I like the second too, anyway i think that the top of the church is a bit more dark then the bottom.

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Either on of the above are really not my cup of tea, though the 2nd is better than the 1st. I prefer to fuse the bracketed photos.

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The first one, well, I'd better not comment on that.
The second one is alright. Looks natural enough, although I'm sure I'd prefer a non-HDR version.

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