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Hmm...that's not an easy answer. I would be able to fix that photo, but I have lots of experience with the whole photoshop line. I don't think I can just tell you how you can fix it, it would just rather have to be done. There are many tutorials and books that can teach you everything about it. I'd start there.

I, personally, would take another composition of the sky on a cloudy day, then replace your gray sky with it. It would be great. Others might not recommend that.

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thanks for your suggestion. I will follow that...

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Very nice HDR with the cobra, i got to try it (HDR and the cobra)...


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WOW fantastic HDR photos

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My first attempt on HDR.

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I like your attempt. It's not overdone and it really serves to accentuate the beauty of the car.

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Thnx!

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This one is less subtle...(and strictly speaking not a car).

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Haven't visited this thread in a while but wow there are some nice HDRs here!

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Very, very nice pictures!
My, HDR's never work.. Lolz

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EDIT: maybe you could tell me step by step what to do? Thanks

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Finally I got a 2 HDR's that came out pretty nice!
although, I don't think they're very sharp...


Feel free to comment!

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the original posters cars areHDR at its best welldone all outstanding 8)

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Feels like I'm cheeting a bit here by using edited copies of the original.
No alignment troubles. :P

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Feels like I'm cheeting a bit here by using edited copies of the original.
No alignment troubles. :P[/quote]

It's not cheating, all my HDR are copied (not that any are good, I'm still learning)


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This is so cool.. Photomatix? I gotta get that !!

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