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Sgwd Gwladus

By Psin  
Apologies to those who clicked before but i found i had not uploaded a LARGE version

Taken back in March of last year. Really need to visit again sometime soon as the area is stunning.
This is a HDR version of one i posted sometime ago the difference is incredible the detail in this one is awesome.
Original

For Full Effect please view LARGE

Shutter 3.2sec
Aperture F/22
ISO 100 Raw
Neutral Density filter (ND4)


Comments good and bad please

Tags: Brecon Hdr Digitally manipulated Sgwd gwladus Waterfall country Landscape and travel

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PatrickSmith 15 1.2k 2 United States
23 Jan 2007 8:15PM
What a difference! This shows how well HDR can get details from the shadows. What were the exposure times for all of the bracketed shots?

Patrick

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RuthyJ 14 England
23 Jan 2007 8:19PM
Great shot. especially viewed large.
Phil_D 13 81 Scotland
23 Jan 2007 8:23PM
This is an amazing advert for HDR - the original was good, but the difference is almost unbelievable. Excellent

Phil.
Psin 14 66 England
23 Jan 2007 8:26PM
Hi Patrick
Thanks for the comment and click.
This is a "FAKE" HDR. Single RAW file opened in Canons Digital Photo Professional saved as a 16bit TIFF then over exposed by 1 stop and another Save as 16 bit TIFF then another over, saved. Then back the other way. When you have 5 Tiffs open them in Photomatix Pro and process the same way for RAW's.
A very very cool utility. I have tried it in Photoshop in this manner but it doesn't work Sad

Pete
ColouredImages 15 47 35 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2007 9:18PM
Good composition and excellent exposure on the water
Mike
dark_lord Plus
16 2.6k 679 England
24 Jan 2007 2:00PM
A good example of extracting lots of info from a single raw file. The original was spoilt by the huge dark area, it unbalanced the image. However, I prefer the bite in the other one. Maybe now you've got all the detail out you can work on that.
A Booth 18 11 4 United Kingdom
25 Jan 2007 3:33PM
superb waterflow capture - well composed for the contrast between greenery and waterflow.
paulb20 Plus
13 12 United Kingdom
26 Jan 2007 9:05AM
Fantastic shot. You can almost feel the mist spray from the water.
Paul
u47sb2 14 36 Scotland
28 Jan 2007 5:07PM
Excellent composition, especially the positioning of the foreground rocks and the curve in the rock behind the fall.

Steven

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