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Osterley park

By xwang
A main house in Osterley park. For more info., please go to the link .
An HDR with 50/400/3200/sec., there stops. Also with some PS work.
I haven't done HDR for a while, because I can't get the clarity as I expect, since I can't carry a tripod. But when I saw this photo a few days ago, I remembered that day, the light was great, but the contrast was very strong,... I thought it had to be an HDR,.. So, here it is,.. How HDR is this HDR?Grin


Tags: London Building Outdoor Trees Architecture Hdr Osterley house

Voters: newbe2, manicam, mike9005 and 27 more

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11 Jun 2019 4:44PM
It looks good HDR to me.
Mike

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11 Jun 2019 4:58PM
Looks very fine!

Arne Smile
Jasper87 Plus
9 2.2k 156 England
11 Jun 2019 5:17PM
Not sure I would have guessed it was HDR at first glance. Did you use the in-camera hdr setting.
11 Jun 2019 7:00PM
Wonderful clarity and light, a fine piece of work, Jasmine.SmileSmileSmile
dark_lord Plus
15 2.3k 582 England
11 Jun 2019 7:57PM
It doesn't have that 'artificial' look if that's what you meantin your question.
It does, however, have detail across all the tonal values, so that's 'good HDR' as you can't tell it's been used in a high contrast scene such as this (just what the technique was intended for).
11 Jun 2019 9:14PM
Stunning HDR capture.
taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
11 Jun 2019 9:25PM
A very fine image however you made it!
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
11 Jun 2019 9:29PM
Works perfectly for me.
Peter
cbrundage 6 4 United States
11 Jun 2019 9:44PM
I wouldn't have known it was HDR. Stunning composition, Jasmine - beautiful building.
xwang 10 56 8
11 Jun 2019 10:14PM
Thank you all for your kind comments.
Yes, Dave.
I take photos with in camera setting, it is easier and quicker to change settings than bracketing for me, but I don't use in camera HDR. I use PhotoMatix. From learning point of view, Pual in critique gallery said once that HDR compressed the high light, so I try to increase the contrast a bit , I don't know if I did the right thing,...
Thanks Keith.
No, we don't want to too much 'artificial' look. I still like HDR, but the good one is hard to get. My problem is blurred image and noise,..
LynneJoyce Plus
11 22 99 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2019 12:27AM
Whatever the technique it is a fine shot that doesn’t look too contrived.
12 Jun 2019 12:29AM
Beautiful building with lovely light and wonderful detail, Very nicely presented, Jasmine.
BRITCHIE
Chinga Plus
8 3 1 United Kingdom
12 Jun 2019 1:22AM
Beautiful image
Isabel GrinGrin

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