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This HDR image was processed from 3 bracketed photos -1,0,+1 EV.

Blended in Photomatix and tweaked in CS5 and Topaz.

Hope you like?

Camera:Canon EOS 5D
Lens:Tamron 19-35mm Check out Totally Tamron!
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Title:HDR Forder near Plymouth
Username:CanonBenny CanonBenny
Uploaded:8 Jan 2011 - 12:43 PM
Tags:Cornwall, Devon, Digitally manipulated, Forder, Hdr, Landscape, Landscape / travel, Plymouth, Saltash
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fudgy
fudgy  448 forum posts United Kingdom
8 Jan 2011 - 12:53 PM

the blue is awsome , fabulous shot

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CanonBenny
CanonBenny e2 Member 5CanonBenny vcard United Kingdom
8 Jan 2011 - 12:59 PM


Quote: The blue is awsome , fabulous shot

Thank you,

Regards

Bruce

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iancatch
iancatch e2 Member 7iancatch vcard England45 Constructive Critique Points
8 Jan 2011 - 3:16 PM

Unfortunately this is way over cooked. The halo around objects in the image make this apparent. People often fall into this trap when using HDR (including myself at first). The point of HDR is to even out the image when you have big differences in contrast and light as in landscape photography - over cook the effect and this happens. Try reducing the scale of the effect when tone mapping.

Ian

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CanonBenny
CanonBenny e2 Member 5CanonBenny vcard United Kingdom
8 Jan 2011 - 3:29 PM


Quote: Unfortunately this is way over cooked. The halo around objects in the image make this apparent. People often fall into this trap when using HDR (including myself at first). The point of HDR is to even out the image when you have big differences in contrast and light as in landscape photography - over cook the effect and this happens. Try reducing the scale of the effect when tone mapping.

Ian

Thanks Ian, I thought I got rid of all the halos.

Regards

Bruce

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